Sentence 13

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Richard squeezed, thumped, and shook the empty shampoo bottle, hoping for a few drops to wash his dirty hair, since the bottle was completely empty, Richard worked up a lather with a few sprinkles of bathroom cleanser instead.
  1. ... hair since ...
  2. ... hair; since ...
  3. ... hair, consequently, since ...

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