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21. The filibuster, a parliamentary device that slows the

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21. The filibuster, a parliamentary device that slows the
snail's pace that prevails even in the best of times in
congressional sessions and tests the endurance of
everyone associated with it, seems
more and more
an anachronism in the age of telecommunications.

(A) sessions and tests the endurance of everyone
associated with it, seems
(B) sessions and tests the endurance of everyone
who is associated with it, seeming to be
(C) sessions, tests the endurance of everyone asso-
ciated with it, seems
(D) sessions, that tests the endurance of everyone
associated with it and seems
(E) sessions, testing the endurance of everyone
associated with it and seeming

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New post 17 Apr 2004, 07:08
A and C are the contenders. The only problem with C is that the "it' after the comma can refer to the snail's pace of the device.

I think A gets rid of this confusion with a conjuction "and"

I would very much like to know the OA.

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A here too.

C is wrong because it has no conjunctions.

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