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Disease, pollution, and overfishing have devastated the bountiful oyster harvests that once sustained the residents of the Chesapeake Bay area.

a)of the Chesapeake Bay area
b)in and around the Chesapeake Bay
c)of the Chesapeake Bay
d)around the vicinity of the Chesapeake Bay
e)living in and around the Chesapeake Bay area
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Re: Disease, pollution, and overfishing [#permalink] New post 14 Dec 2011, 00:43
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resident of is correct idiom.
area is to be included because bay itself is not place of Qn.(residential area)
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Re: Disease, pollution, and overfishing [#permalink] New post 14 Dec 2011, 05:10
IMO A. Agree with the above user's explanation.
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Re: Disease, pollution, and overfishing [#permalink] New post 14 Dec 2011, 05:59
manalq8 wrote:
Disease, pollution, and overfishing have devastated the bountiful oyster harvests that once sustained the residents of the Chesapeake Bay area.

a)of the Chesapeake Bay area
b)in and around the Chesapeake Bay => this change the meaning, and make the area of these residents is difficult to determine
c)of the Chesapeake Bay => this change the meaning that the resident only "of bay", not in water. So, how overfishing can harm these resident.
d)around the vicinity of the Chesapeake Bay => "around the vicinity" is redundant and difficult to determine which area.
e)living in and around the Chesapeake Bay area => awkward


Finally, I chose the most simply answer. A is the correct one.
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