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With the impulsive sin to turn back looking at the funereal pyre of Sodom and Gomorrah, Lot's wife is transmogrified into a pillar of salt as she flees the inferno.

(A) With the impulsive sin to turn back looking at the funereal pyre of
(B) For the impulsive sin of turning to look back at the funereal pyre of
(C) With the impulsive sin to turn to looking back at the funereal pyre of
(D) As the impulsive sin of turning to look back at the funereal pyre of
(E) For the impulsive sin of turning to look back at the funereal pyre with
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Another obscure idiom SC;

...for the sin of...X was the punishment

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(B) For the impulsive sin of turning to look back at the funereal pyre of

Lot's wife transformed into a pillar of salt "for" something.

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B & E are narrow choices.

E has "with" which implies she is looking at a funeral pyre "with" Sodom and Gomorrah... so out.

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