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In June of 1989, Princeton Township approved a developer's plans to build 300 houses on a large portion of the 210-acre site of the Battle of Princeton, one of only eight Revolutionary War battlefields that had remained undeveloped.

(A) one of only eight Revolutionary War
battlefields that had remained undeveloped.
(B) one of eight of the only Revolutionary War
battlefields that have remained undeveloped
(C) one of the only eight undeveloped Revolutionary
War battlefields that remains
(D) only one of eight Revolutionary War
battlefields to remain undeveloped
(E) only one of the eight remaining undeveloped
Revolutionary War battlefields
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jul 2004, 08:45
FA is A (didn't measure time on this one :-) )

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We have B, C, D, E:

Eliminate B:
"one of eight of" sounds incorrect. Also B has an incorrect tense. As this action had already happened in 1989, the correct form should be past perfect "had" rather than "have"

Eliminate C:
"Remains" again indicates that the battlefield is still underdeveloped.

Eliminate D & E: again a problem in the tense of the verb "to remain"
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