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218.Developed in the Silicon Valley, the engineers of the revolutionary Starlight program were three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company.
A. Developed in the Silicon Valley, the engineers of the revolutionary Starlight program were three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company.
B. Developed in the Silicon Valley by three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company, were the engineers of the revolutionary Starlight program.
C. Developed in the Silicon Valley, the revolutionary Starlight program was created by three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company.
D. The revolutionary Starlight program was created by three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company, and was developed in the Silicon Valley.
E. The engineers being three high-school dropouts, Sandy Wilson, Marc Lefevre and Chris Babcock, who would later break away to found his own company, the revolutionary Starlight program was developed in the Silicon Valley.
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preferred C Between C & D, D has the clause "and was developed in the Silicon Valley" very far away from the subject.
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Straight shot, (C). :m16
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i) "the revolutionary Starlight program" is the closest to "Developed in the Silicon Valley"
ii) other details about Chris are also closest to him mention in this option.
iii) seems less ambiguous than the others - I would have liked Chris' details to be put more appropriately.
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Developed in the Silicon Valley modifies "the revolutionary Starlight program " ...So C
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