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It's C: is all about the meaning.- think about the causes and the effects.
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I fell for D :(.. but C almost seems correct... the only thing that still disturbs me is the part where which is placed.
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Since the "which" modifier is not a "vital noun modifier" it has less priority than the vital noun modifier that comes before the comma. Therefore it can break the modifier touch rule, it's one of the exceptions.

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