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A clause in which one or more words are understood but omitted is called a(n): appositive dangling participle elliptical clause incomplete clause
Elliptical clause. n elliptical clause is a clause in which some words have been left out. Because of the pattern or logic of the entire sentence, it is clear what the missing words are.
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Because the answer was originally posted as a comment, not as an answer. I think I'm right that it can (and should ) be resubmitted in the answer box, but I await other feedback on this.
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Janet is right. During 2011, there was no "Add Answer", so all answers were submitted as a comment. These kind of responses can only be seen on Random Archive which is only available to Level 1 and above experts and Moderators.

It's okay to re-submit the answer and add it to the Answer Section, so that it will be confirmed.
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Thanks very much for your helpful feedback on this Andrew.
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You're welcome, Janet.
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kristii, thanks for raising this. It was a good question and it's clarified things for all of us, I think.
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