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In 1933 the rubber, clothing, and shipbuilding industries

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88. In 1933 the rubber, clothing, and shipbuilding industries put into effect a six-hour workday, believing it a seeming permanent accommodation rather than a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was an economy made overproductive by advances in technology.
(A) believing it a seeming permanent accommodation rather than a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was
(B) believing it a seeming permanent accommodation instead of a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was
(C) believing that it was not a temporary expedient but a seeming permanent accommodation to what many observers thought of as a
(D) not as a temporary expedient but as a seemingly permanent accommodation to what many observers thought was
(E) not as a temporary expedient but believing it a seemingly permanent accommodation for what many observers thought
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2006, 08:12
Give me D!
seemingly conveys the meaning correctly. ( that the six-hour workday looked like a permanent accomodation).

That leaves D and E.

D is parallel for the use of not as - but as
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