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I believe the structure of the molecule tells you whether that specific atom is a Lewis base or a Lewis acid. For example, if it can attach itself to a molecule or ion that makes it a Lewis acid. The Lewis base has the lone pair of electrons on it in fact, so if it has a lone pair of electrons, it can act as a Lewis base.
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