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When bitter managerial conflicts plague a small company,

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When bitter managerial conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to turn to outside professional counselors to help resolve disagreements.

A) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to

B) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that might have in the past led to its dissolution, executives likely will

C) conflicts plague a small company, which in the past might have led to the business’ dissolution, executives are liable to

D) conflicts, which in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, plague a small company, executives are liable to

E) conflicts, which in the past might have led to its dissolution, plague a small company, executives tend to
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Re: SC - Modifier confuse [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2008, 04:18
A) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to correct

B) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that might have in the past led to its dissolution, executives likely will likely will bad form

C) conflicts plague a small company, which in the past might have led to the business’ dissolution, executives are liable to unclear referent: to what which refers?

D) conflicts, which in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, plague a small company, executives are liable to liable?

E) conflicts, which in the past might have led to its dissolution, plague a small company, executives tend to to what ots refers?
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Re: SC - Modifier confuse [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2008, 21:27
Thank you guys.
The OA is A.
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