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100. Although the phenomenon of withdrawal has always been the crucial physiological Leng for distinguishing addictive from nonaddictive drugs, it has become increasingly evident that not all regular heroin users experience withdrawal symptoms.

(A) addictive from
(B) addictive and
(C) addictive or
(D) between addictive or
(E) among addictive or

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100. Although the phenomenon of withdrawal has always been the crucial physiological Leng for distinguishing addictive from nonaddictive drugs, it has become increasingly evident that not all regular heroin users experience withdrawal symptoms.

(A) addictive from
(B) addictive and
(C) addictive or
(D) between addictive or
(E) among addictive or

Please provide explanations.

idiom is distinguish between x and y or distinguish x from y

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Thanks. OA is (A)
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