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    as their common a peculiar destruction?

    Is "as their common a peculiar destruction" grammatically correct?
    "Common" seems to be the opposite of "peculiar" to me.

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    "of a series of clinical states which hold as their common a peculiar destruction of the internal connection of the psychic personality."

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    Re: as their common a peculiar destruction?

    A word like "attribute" is missing after common.
    I am not a teacher.

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