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    #1

    dying rarely was.

    Hi i want to know dying rarely was mean in this sentence :

    Even after all these centuries, seeing a thunderclast up close made Kalak shiver. The beastís hand was as long as a man was tall. Heíd been killed by hands like those before, and it hadnít been pleasant. Of course, dying rarely was.

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    Re: dying rarely was.

    I am not a teacher.

    It is rarely pleasant to die.

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    #3

    Re: dying rarely was.

    '...dying rarely was (pleasant)'.

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