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The Gadhafi Bounty

I read the front page of the Columbus Dispatch earlier this week, and saw this headline: I thought, they’re offering the guy a bounty? That is, I read it as diagrammed on the right. I saw the verb offer, and automatically seized the name that followed as the recipient of the offer (in syntactic terms [...]
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