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D. if the director of "Big..." had worked with the director of "Thives", then it is possible to have similar plots and charactors in these two movies and no body can balm the director of "Big" for the similarities he he might have developed the similar techniques as those of the director of "Thives".
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B it is.

A) It weakens
B) If similar plots... were used in many movies, one particular production firm 'the thieves' can't accuse the other of stealing ideas.
C) Irrelevant
D) How does this help? This will only give rise to speculation.
E) Irrelevant.
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OA is B

agree with OA and it should be B. actually i explained as in B but choose D as answer. i was messed up with the way the question is presented and feel uncomfortable in posting the answer i.e. opening the attachment and going bak, opening, going back..........

that is ok, i will open in seperate window and read the whole.....

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