CLC Stage 40: Translating QUI

As a relative pronoun, qui, quae, quod usually means WHO or WHICH. When it does, the noun immediately in front of qui, quae, quod is the ANTECEDENT.
HOWEVER, sometimes the relative pronouns qui, quae, quod will come at the very beginning of a sentence, not to indicate WHO or WHICH, but to RELATE the current sentence to the persons or events of the previous sentence. In that instance, translate as a typical personal pronoun (he, she, it, etc) or a demonstrative (this, these, etc).
NOW CHOOSE THE BEST TRANSLATION of the relative pronoun in all caps.

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