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    Question A attributive word

    Which involves "surge" as of a attributive word in headline words ("in gun crime fuels" or "in gun crime fuels ‘Ferguson effect’ fears") below?



    "Surge in gun crime fuels ‘Ferguson effect’ fears"

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    Re: A attributive word

    I don't know what you are asking.

    The basic sentence is "Surge fuels fears." "Surge" is the subject of the sentence.

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