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    Alan carefully wrapped Tim's hands with pieces of his shirt

    Hi,

    Whose pieces of shirt were wrapped to Tim's hands in the sentence below?

    Alan carefully wrapped Tim's hands with pieces of his shirt.

    Many thanks.

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    Re: Alan carefully wrapped Tim's hands with pieces of his shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferdie11 View Post
    Hi,

    Whose Pieces of whose shirt were wrapped around to Tim's hands in the sentence below?

    Alan carefully wrapped Tim's hands with pieces of his shirt.

    Many thanks.
    It's unclear and so needs rephrasing according to the intended meaning. I don't like 'pieces' either - I think 'strips'.

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