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    - Compared to -

    - Compared to -

    You have nothing, compared to mine.

    Do you think compared to is a dangling participle or a preposition or a reduced non defining relative clause.

    Thank you so much as usual for your help and time.

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    Re: - Compared to -

    As the given sentence is ungrammatical in the first place, it's difficult to comment.

    Rover

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