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To college deans and administrators, "liberal arts" is a [#permalink]
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To college deans and administrators, "liberal arts" is a classical
system of education; to students and parents, the term __ denotes a once
ubiquitous, sometimes criticized, still popular course of study __ .
(a) denotes a once ubiquitous, sometimes criticized, still popular course of study
(b) denotes a one-time ubiquitous and sometimes criticized course of study that is
(c) denotes a course of study once ubiquitous, occasionally criticized, that is
(d) has denoted an at one time ubiquitous course of study, sometimes criticized,
that is still popular
(e) has denoted a course of study that was once ubiquitous, was sometimes
criticized, and still popular
denotes a XYZ (describing) course that is still popular. C is not correct since "criticized, that is still popular" looks ackward. A is not very clean since "yet still popular " would have brought the right contrast.
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