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    • Join Date: Aug 2005
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    #1

    out of which

    We come now to the next step in the description of the ways and
    means by which one may gather, classify, and organize useful
    knowledge, through the harmonious alliance of two or more minds,
    out of which grows a Master Mind.

    I have problem to interpret out of which grows a master mind,
    can anyone please explain it to me?


    • Join Date: Jul 2005
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    #2

    Re: out of which

    How about if the sentence was re-written this way,
    "We come now to the next step in the description of the ways and
    means by which one may gather, classify, and organize useful
    knowledge to grow a Master mind through the harmonious alliance of two or more minds."??

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    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    #3

    Re: out of which

    'which' refers back to 'the harmonious alliance', so try moving the phrase 'out of which', like this,

    . . . out of the harmonious alliance of two or more minds grows a Master Mind.

    In other words, a Master mind grows out of the harmonious alliance of two or more minds.

    All the best,

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