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Is this English sentence grammatically correct? What about its construction? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated:

Some people give to it the name that best represents for them the sensation.

Thank you

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  • Some people give to it the name that for them best represents the sensation. Clunkiness reduced a tad. – Edwin Ashworth May 13 '17 at 20:38
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Some people give it the name, that for them, best represents the sensation. (clunkiness reduced again and commas separate the ideas)

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