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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Medusa and her two sisters were three horrible monsters who had at one time been beautiful women.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? The most beautiful of the three, Medusa, was very proud, she boasted that she was even more beautiful than the goddess of Athena.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Due to her pride, she and her sisters were turned into monsters.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Who had hissing serpents for hair.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? No one dared look upon Medusa and her sisters.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Because anyone who did turned to stone.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Medusa and her two sisters ruled over the land for years finally they were challenged by Perseus.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? A young, handsome warrior.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Having been given magic weapons by the gods.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Perseus set out to kill Medusa.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? The only mortal one of the three sisters.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? When he approached the area in which the monsters lived.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Perseus put on a magic cap that made him invisible, he held up a shield that had been given to him by Athena.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Perseus slowly approached the monsters.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Luckily, they were sleeping.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? Using the shield as a mirror, he cut off Medusa's head he put the head into a special pouch.
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Sentence, Fragment, or Run-on? The other sisters awoke but could not see him, therefore he escaped with the head of Medusa.