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# By law, a qualified physician can only prescribe medicine,

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By law, a qualified physician can only prescribe medicine, protecting the public.

(A) By law, a qualified physician can only prescribe medicine, protecting the public.
(B) By law, only a qualified physician can prescribe medicine, protecting the public.
(C) By law, only a qualified physician can prescribe medicine which protects the public.
(D) In order to protect the public, by law a qualified physician only can prescribe medicine.
(E) In order to protect the public, by law only a qualified physician can prescribe medicine.
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24 May 2006, 21:18
E?
between B and E I choose E. "Protecting the public" in B does not sount right.
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24 May 2006, 21:20
A/D are out. It basically says a qualified physician can only prescribe medicine, not do anything else.
C is out. Changes the meaning. Here medicines are protecting the public.
Left is B and E.
Will go with E.
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24 May 2006, 21:23
Between D and E , I would pick E. Both are really close though.
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25 May 2006, 01:36
Yup E's the answer ... first three options are anyway out .. do not make much sense , law protect people ..not by law protect people.... left D and E .. D too says something which narrows the scope .. will go with E only..
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25 May 2006, 12:54
Professor wrote:
great E is OA.

I am late for the reply

Yes it should be ^ E ^
25 May 2006, 12:54
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