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Dr. Gregory surveyed the auditorium full of nervous, sweating biochemistry students. Her gaze often stopped on Bryan. Whose test anxiety manifested in the loud popping of his knuckles and the high-speed bouncing of his left leg.

The third part is a subordinate clause fragment. Although it has a subject, anxiety, and a verb, manifested, the relative pronoun whose keeps it from making a complete thought.

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