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    (was) transported

    Is it possible to omit "was" in "was tranported" even if there is some distance between "was made" and "was transported"?
    I mean "was made and tranported" is possible as the common relationship for "was" by "made" and "transported" is evident in this case, but not for the example.

    gz82)The Statue of Liberty in New York was made in France and (was) transported by ship to the US, as a gift from the French people.

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    Re: (was) transported

    Yes.

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