Help with English sentence pattern

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follows these rules: begins with a relative pronoun, follows any noun, restrictive noun follows common noun, non restrictive follows proper noun commas are not supposed to be used(i guess this is supposed to be sentence pattern 15??)

here's the sentence: Mrs. Meger dislikes her projector remote. It works sometimes. She tossed it out the window.

How do I make this follow sentence pattern 15????

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