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Which of the following sentences from "opening ceremonies of the new york and brooklyn bridge" by hon. seth low, mayor of the city of brooklyn is an example of subjective language? about 1837 the screw dock across the river, then known as the hydrostatic lifting dock, was built. in order to construct it the americans of that day were obliged to have the cylinders cast in england. in the course of the construction of the bridge a number of lives have been lost. the importance of this bridge in its far-reaching effects at once entices and baffles the imagination.

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