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While thunder boomed in the distance, Margaret started off on her daily five-mile run. Confident that she had plenty of time before the storm arrived. Wet hair and clothes plastered to her body proved that she couldn't outpace Mother Nature.

The second part is a subordinate clause fragment. It has a subject, she, and a verb, had, but the subordinate conjunction that keeps the clause from expressing a complete thought.

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