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1. The key to control over the Eurasian steppes lay in the

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1. The key to control over the Eurasian steppes lay in
the nomad's ability to use the horse both as a means
of transport but also as an effective military tool.

(A) but also as
(B) or as
(C) and as
(D) or
(E) and also
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yes OA is C,
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2007, 11:11
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C....correct idiomatic usage.

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as X as Y
use the horse as a means of transport and as an effective military tool.
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