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The American architect John Edgar Cooper modeled one of his [#permalink] New post 23 Feb 2004, 16:55
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The American architect John Edgar Cooper modeled one of his most famous homes on Cheop's Pyramid.

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B) After.

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You bet...Kpadma...! :lol:

This is an Idiomatic Expression problem. The correct Idiomatic expression is modeled after. B is the only correct possibility.

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