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By law, a qualified physician can only prescribe medicine,

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957. 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.

Acc to me C is correct.OA is different.
950. A private house in New York City is a building owned by an individual or individuals having less than eight

units and no commercial space.
(A) a building owned by an individual or individuals having less than eight units and no commercial space
(B) one that an individual or individuals own with fewer than eight units and no commercial space
(C) a building with fewer than eight units, no commercial space, and is owned by an individual or individuals
(D) one that has fewer than eight units, no commercial space and it is owned by an individual or individuals
(E) one that has fewer than eight units, is owned by an individual or individuals, and has no commercial space

Acc to me C. OA is different....


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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 15 Jun 2009, 20:24
957. E

Not "-ing", but "in order to" is required to show the law's intent. "-ing" indicates a result.

970. E

Parallelism question.
(E) one that has fewer than eight units, is owned by an individual or individuals, and has no commercial space

No other options are parallel.
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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 16 Jun 2009, 00:06
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957. E

Not "-ing", but "in order to" is required to show the law's intent. "-ing" indicates a result.

970. E

Parallelism question.
(E) one that has fewer than eight units, is owned by an individual or individuals, and has no commercial space

No other options are parallel.


I agree with the response.. E and E for me.
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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 16 Jun 2009, 01:55
957.E
C is wrong as "which" refers to medicine(also if which refers to medicine then it should come after comma)...here sentence means that law is protecting the public.... :)

950.E
The sentece tell ..what private is or it is defining what is privte house....so C is wrong bcoz in C it seems that a single house is there....E fits well.. ||sm
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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 16 Jun 2009, 16:05
E E
Many people have already explained nicely.
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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 16 Jun 2009, 18:54
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Re: SC try it....OA on 18th June [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2009, 18:03
OA are E & E......thnx for ur inputs have been helpful.....
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