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Further, in Bund, there are new relations created between preserved old buildings in the foreground of skyline and modern objects in the background, then, specific way of comprehending and approaching to both skylines which are connected by the river into one magical and conjunctional panoramic site.
The conjunctional and locative functions being among the most frequent additions to the comitative and instrumental functions, respectively (Stolz 1996), they are chosen here for an exemplification of the differential behavior of comitative and instrumental.