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Some historians of science have argued that science moves forward not so much because of the insights of great thinkers but because of more mundane developments, such as improved tools and technologies.

(A) because of the insights of great thinkers but because of

(B) because of the insights of great thinkers as the result of

(C) because of the insights of great thinkers as because of

(D) through the insights of great thinkers but through

(E) through the insights of great thinkers but result from

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Re: Some historians of science VERBAL - 662 [#permalink] New post 21 Aug 2008, 07:28
roshangupta wrote:
Some historians of science have argued that science moves forward not so much because of the insights of great thinkers but because of more mundane developments, such as improved tools and technologies.

(A) because of the insights of great thinkers but because of

(B) because of the insights of great thinkers as the result of

(C) because of the insights of great thinkers as because of

(D) through the insights of great thinkers but through

(E) through the insights of great thinkers but result from

Please help me to get the answer?

Best Regards,
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Agree with C. correct idiom.

More examples with so much as idiom.
so much as- (meaning--but rather) I'm not looking at her so much as I am studying her hat
so much as (meaning--even) From outside, no one could see so much as a light on in the house
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Re: Some historians of science VERBAL - 662 [#permalink] New post 20 Apr 2010, 12:47
C...direct idiom not so much X as Y
Re: Some historians of science VERBAL - 662   [#permalink] 20 Apr 2010, 12:47
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