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As prepositional complement
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Om-clauses may relativize a prepositional complement, that is, the NP complement to a preposition.

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A prepositional complement may be relativized, as in the example below:

Example 1

In famke om sa yn te biten, tocht Ruerd
a girl for so in to bite thought Ruerd
A girl to directly sink his teeth in, thought Ruerd
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