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Could you please check these sentences, too? Thank you very much.

1) The witches were associated with the devil.
2) Once you told me I could use this sentence. The daffodils are described not statically as in a painting but alive with motion.
3) He shows the daffodils as part of a universal order, as growing where they do, just as the stars in the Milky Way are fixed in their courses, because of the natural law which dictates their existence.
4) Elizabeth was the last queen of th Tudor's dynasty.

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