A sailor, from time to time and quite methodically, as a matter of routine, dropped a canvas bucket into the ocean at the end of a rope, hauled it in hand under hand, and sluiced
its contents over the prostrate man.
Fascinated by the five-inch stream, sluiced
out of the earth and back to the earth by the droning motor, he forgot his discourse and stood and gazed, rapt and unheeding, while his visitors drove on.
The choice of the dative or accusative case in the sluiced remnant corresponds exactly to the case of the direct object in the antecedent clause.
In Turkish embedded clauses, the subject has genitive case, but when sluiced, it must bear nominative case:
Similarly, in the Dutch data considered here, sluiced waar is not locally triggered by a preposition.