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Kuru, one of the strangest and most insidious of the diseases known, is no longer a major problme in the New Guinea.

(A) of the diseases known
(B) of the diseases to be known
(C) of the diseases that is known
(D) known of the diseases
(E) diseases known

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Sep 2004, 06:23
because of one we do not need that and to be

Know of the diseases and of the diseases Known are vey heavy

Diseases know is the best option

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E it is. After Kuru (noun), we have the prepositional phrase starting with 'of....'. So any choices with 'of' is only redundant. This knocks off A, B and C.

D is hopeless and E is the best choice.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Sep 2004, 06:52
E should be it. "one of the strangest and most insidious" already says it all so there is no need to repeat "of" as in A, B, C or D
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Thanks,
OA is E.
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