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English is a topic-centered language: a paragraph, or longer text, has a single main topic,
and all the details relate to that topic. Writers in English almost always mention the topic
at or near the beginning of a passage. Good readers look for the topic when they read.
Identifying the Topic of a Paragraph
The topic is the word or phrase that best describes what all of the sentences in the
paragraph are about. Words relating to the topic are usually repeated several times in a
paragraph. Looking for these words can help you focus on the topic
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Select only 1 type of rune and put three of the same runes in the kekkai.
Repeat Step 1 for each type of rune until three known runes are found for the kekkai.
Using the three known runes, make a random selection of those three runes.
If a random selection has 1 correct rune but 2 misplaced runes, keep one of the runes in the same slot but swap the other two runes. If this doesn't occur, skip to Step 5.
If all of the known runes are misplaced, then move then all in different slots.
Repeat Step 5. This counts only for every the 3 misplaced-rune attempts.
try use rune
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