A part of him will always be in the Temple . . . but he was where he belonged, where he needed to be.
From: Star Trek Deep Space Nine Unity, S.D. Perry
A compound-complex sentence is created by the combining of two independent clauses with a subordnationg conjuction, and a subordnat clause at the end set apart by a comma. Also elepsis are used to put emphasis on the first clause and take the place of a comma. This sentence was used to explain Captian Vaughn belonging to the profets. Also that he will always have a part of the profits with him.
The day has come . . . and he is here, where he regins.
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