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188. As a result of medical advances, many people that might at one time have died as children of such infections as diphtheria, pneumonia, or rheumatic fever now live well into old age.
(A) that might at one time have died as children
(B) who might once have died in childhood
(C) that as children might once have died
(D) who in childhood might have at one time died
(E) who, when they were children, might at one time have died
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B should be it.

"one time" usage is bad. Who might once have died is good.

Most of the time, you will see that WHO will be used in restrictive clauses for people. THAT is not wrong at all but just my observation.




(A) that might at one time have died as children
- again one time..
(B) who might once have died in childhood
- this one is better than all the others
(C) that as children might once have died
- again not parallel. Who is preferable...
(D) who in childhood might have at one time died
- one time should be replaced with once...
(E) who, when they were children, might at one time have died
- E is totally weird, when clause inserted for nothing...
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