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Which phrase from Meeting at Night contains alliteration? A. the yellow half-moon large and low B. the two hearts beating each to each C. As I gain the cove D. Three fields to cross
The phrase from Meeting at Night that contains alliteration is: the yellow half-moon large and low.
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