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Object A is located parallel to object B and is located between object C and object D.

I am trying to simplify the above sentence I created. I would like to know which of the following is better:

  1. Object A is located parallel to object B, between object C and object D.
  2. Object A is located parallel to object B and between object C and object D.

In particular, is there any possibility that the first sentence may be misinterpreted that object B is located between object C and object D?

I found a similar question, but it seems to differ from my question.

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  • Both sentences are clear and mean the same thing. Whether someone might misunderstand the meaning is another question altogether. Mar 13, 2021 at 10:33
  • I find version 2 with and a little clearer. It's possible to interpret version 1 as meaning that object B is between C and D.
    – stangdon
    Mar 13, 2021 at 16:42

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