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 The 'multiple' category does not apply when there is a **main clause** of one type and **a subordinate clause** of a different type, e.g. "washing the dishes, John noticed the burglar" - in this case, we have a normal declarative clause that has a subordinate gerund. It is not a gerund type ("ger"), since there is really only one main matrix clause: the past tense one with "noticed". The 'multiple' category does not apply when there is a **main clause** of one type and **a subordinate clause** of a different type, e.g. "washing the dishes, John noticed the burglar" - in this case, we have a normal declarative clause that has a subordinate gerund. It is not a gerund type ("ger"), since there is really only one main matrix clause: the past tense one with "noticed".
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 +The 'multiple' category also does not apply when parenthetical sentences are present; parenthetical sentences may be 'below the level' of the main clause, and so only the type of the main clause applies. For example, the following is a 'sub' type, notwithstanding the parenthetical clause in italics:
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 +  *  I would say only that if some of my judgments were wrong--//and some were wrong//--they were made in what I believed at the time to be the best interest of the Nation
  
 ==Prioritization when multiple types apply== ==Prioritization when multiple types apply==
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