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    Default Genitive phrase within def article and noun

    Since we've got some people hot on using the Search Engine, here's one you can check out and maybe soup up or modify, I certainly didn't intend for this search to be perfect, merely a place to begin.

    I was helping someone who wanted to find a place where a genitive phrase was between a noun and definite article so I made a search to find a definite article (X) agrees in case, number and gender with a noun (Y) in between which is a genitive definite article (A) which agrees in case, number and gender with either a Noun (B) or Participle (C)

    Thus it should be something like this X + A + (either B or C) + Y with no room for any words in between that string.

    Good luck
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