For Noun Clauses -- "ID" (for "Identity") plus their function,
for example, "ID, DO"
1. At length, they came down just where a little spring bubbled out
of a hill side.
2. Diamond's father had built him a bed in the loft with boards all
around it, because there was so little room in their own end of
the coach house.
3. So when Diamond went home, he told his father all about it.
4. He was very much afraid no one would hire him because he was
such a little driver.
5. But if this tree had been there, it would not have been blown down.
There is no wind in that country.
6. He felt quite safe, though he knew that they were sweeping with
the speed of the wind itself toward the sea!
7. But her hair fell all over her face so that he could not see it.
8. He recalled the whole adventure of the night when he had gone out
with North Wind and made her put him down in a London street.
9. So he read a little story about the early bird that caught the nice fat worm.
10. She had known cripple Jim much longer than she had known Diamond.
11. Diamond's mother could not help crying over it but she came into
Diamond's room so that the poor sick father should not hear it.
12. As if the clouds knew she had come, they burst into fresh thunderous light.
13. Nanny had been so happy since she left the hospital and had been
living with Diamond's family that she did not think the country would
make her any happier.