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People can debate the aesthetic merits of these overwrought, disquieting, sometimes gruesome works of art, but no one can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
A. but no one can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
B. but none can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
C. but not a one can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
D. but no person can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
E. but none can dispute to their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 13:57
Very good question. I think it is A


C & E are out

B none doesn't sound good. None could also mean "no part" refering to non count noun. Since people are countable, I don't think none could be used here.

D No person doesn't sound appropriate here

in A indefinate pronoun one, correctly refers to an individual in anticendent noun People.
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 14:09
It is a good one.
You may want to try again :-D
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 14:18
Another classic!

I'll go with (B)

People can debate the aesthetic merits of these overwrought, disquieting, sometimes gruesome works of art, but none (of those people) can dispute their creators' mastery of the paintbrush as a blunt instrument.
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 14:27
Yep, classic one. But it got me and praveen_rao7 though :-D
You are right, maaverick!!
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 14:51
good job maaverick this really got me thinking :stupid
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praveen_rao7 wrote:
good job maaverick this really got me thinking :stupid


Thanks! I've enjoyed reading your explainations too!
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 15:27
Wow! This is a classic and i think it should be a sticky. I picked (A) but it makes perfect sense why it is (B)
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New post 27 Jan 2005, 22:03
Indeed a good One and I also suport for making this a sticky post. I picked A but B makes Perfect sense now.

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New post 31 Jan 2005, 16:47
Can someone please explain to me what is wrong with (A)??

Actually, I could not pick between (A) and (B).
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New post 31 Jan 2005, 18:39
Dispute their, not dispute to their, so E is out.
not a one is wrong. C is out.
no person is out as well.just doesn't sound right.

None and no one are both perfectly fine. no one --> nobody, none --> nobody. Both mean the same thing. Their grammatical structure is also the same. Under such circumstances where both sentence are grammatically correct, we go for the more concise one. In this case, its (B).

Note: Something I read, GMAT demands concision, clarity, and correctness.
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