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Past Perfect is D is not needed , simple past will suffice.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2006, 18:29
B! :-D

"but instead" is correct.

A: "that it comprises", "that" is redundant

C: ambiguity in the use of "it". What does "it" exactly refer to?

D & E: "being". Generally redundant in GMAT
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