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different from one another as they were
, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.

(A) different from one another as they were
(B) different one from the other as they were
(C) different from each other as every one was
(D) differing as each was, one from the other
(E) although each differed from another

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The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier,
different from one another as they were, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.

(A) different from one another as they were
(B) different one from the other as they were
(C) different from each other as every one was
(D) differing as each was, one from the other
(E) although each differed from another


ok......now we can have a go at the question.
Sorry for reposting the question....but it was for the benefit of others....
I think ans is A
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I would go for E because it is precise and conveys the meaning.

B,C and D have grammatical errors and A seems to be too wordy.

The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier, although each differed from another, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.
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(A) different from one another as they were
(B) different one from the other as they were
(C) different from each other as every one was
(D) differing as each was, one from the other
(E) although each differed from another


I will go for 'A'

since there are more than 2 things we should be 'one another'

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can somebody please explain this one?

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[quote="urchin"]The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier,
different from one another as they were, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.

(A) different from one another as they were - correct
(B) different one from the other as they were - 'different from' is correct
(C) different from each other as every one was -'each other' refers to two
(D) differing as each was, one from the other - 'differ from' is correct
(E) although each differed from another - 'differ from one another' since two and more things are compared.
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+1 for E.

'although' for contrast.
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Went for E first. But think it is A after sanoasis's reasoning ...

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I choose E,
Although show the contradiction
different from one another ,As they were from one to another is correct, i think

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Must see http://www.urch.com/forums/gmat-sentenc ... l#post2150
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I was confused between A and E. B,C,D look grammatically incorrect. But then chose A since E skews the sentence a little.

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