complex sentences

A complex sentence has one main (or independent) clause and one (or
more) subordinate (or dependent) clauses.

In each sentence, the main clause is underlined, and the subordinate clause
is in italics.

After the storm subsided, we went out to inspect the grounds.
The ticket that you received in the mail is the right one.
You will be able to ride with us unless you would rather take the train.
If the trees shed their leaves during the next two weeks, I could use some
help with the raking

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    Vespa crabro
    European hornet.

    Key Uses:
  • Constipation
  • Disorders of the female reproductive organs
  • Mucous membrane problems
  • Premenstrual depression
  • Red, swollen skin complaints, such as boils, itchy bumps, weals, and lentil-shaped spots
  • Stinging, burning pains

    Origin : Native to Europe.

    Background : The female hornet has a severe sting, but it is rarely fatal.

    Preparation : The whole, live insect is steeped in alcohol, diluted, and succussed.

    Remedy Profile : People for whom Vespa is best suited are prone to insomnia, often due to anxiety. Their nerves and muscles are often sensitive.
    Red, swollen skin complaints and disorders of the female reproductive organs are usually treated with Vespa. Typical skin symptoms include sore, stinging boils, raised, itchy bumps and weals, and itchy, lentil-shaped spots. Stinging, burning pains, as if the body is being pierced by something sharp, are another symptom associated with this remedy.
    Vespa is also used for mucous membrane problems and complaints associated with menstruation, such as premenstrual depression, pain, and constipation.

    Symptoms Better : For washing the hands in cold water; for bathing the affected area with vinegar.

    Symptoms Worse : For closed, stuffy surroundings; for being by a source of direct heat.

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