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Is this grammatically correct? I mean, it is alright for me to write who "one of them" is in an entirely new sentence? Is it considered a sentence fragment and therefore grammatically incorrect?

"By one look of his now unnaturally light pupils, she could tell that he had become one of them. A slave to the parasite that overrode his mind and controlled every movement of his body."

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  1. This is absolutely correct!

    posted by Carpe_Diem

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