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Judge Lois Forer's study asks why do some litigants have a [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 04:05
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Judge Lois Forer's study asks why do some litigants have a preferred status over others in the use of a public resources, the courts, which in theory are available to all but in fact are unequally distributed among rich and poor.
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(B) Some litigants have a preferred status over others in the use of a public resources, the courts, which in theory are available to all but in fact are unequally distributed between
(C) do some litigants have a preferred status over another in the use of a public resources, the courts, in theory available to all but in fact are unequally distributed among
(D) Some litigants have a preferred status to another in the use of a public resources, the court, in theory available to all but in fact not equally distributed between
(E) does one litigant have a preferred status over the other in the use of a public resources, the courts, in theory available to all but in fact they are not equally distributed among.

Please supply your rationale, thanks

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2004, 04:44
boils down to B and D.
"Preferred status over others" in B is better usage than "preferred status to another" in D.
in comparing rich and poor , "between" is the right usage than "among"
B is the answer.

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