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    the body was out in the elements

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    Could anyone help me out with the underlined part?

    Thank you very much.

    "The victim's hair got wet while her body was out in the elements."

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    Re: the body was out in the elements

    Quote Originally Posted by IQU3838 View Post
    Hi

    Could anyone help me out with the underlined part?

    Thank you very much.

    "The victim's hair got wet while her body was out in the elements."
    "Elements" refers to wind, rain, snow or other atmospheric forces. It would appear that the victim was dead, as the sentence refers to "her body" rather than to "she."

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