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    How can I write a accurately punctuated complex sentence using a relative clause where the relative pronoun is the subordinated clause but it has to be a non-restrictive or non-essential subordinate clause?

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    How can I write a accurately punctuated complex sentence using a relative clause where the relative pronoun is the subordinated clause but it has to be a non-restrictive or non-essential subordinate clause?
    Use a "which" clause following a comma.
    The X, which was Y, was Z.
    Use your own verbs for 'was', and substitute your own variables.

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