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23. The number of mountain gorillas is declining with such

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23. The number of mountain gorillas is declining with
such rapidity that the population is one-half
in the
twenty years between a count made by George
Schaller in 1960 and the one made by Dian Fossey
in 1980.

(A) with such rapidity that the population is one-
half
(B) with such rapidity that the population was one-
half
(C) so rapidly the population divided in half
(D) so rapidly that the population was halved
(E) in such rapidity that the population is halved
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