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# After July, anyone disposing of or servicing refrigerators

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63. After July, anyone disposing of or servicing refrigerators must capture the chlorofluorocarbons in the refrigerant chemicals.
(A) anyone disposing of or servicing
(B) those who dispose or service
(C) anyone disposing of or who services
(D) the disposal or repair of
(E) someone who disposes or repairs
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01 Oct 2006, 23:49
I will bet on B. "disposing off" or "disposing of"
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02 Oct 2006, 15:01
A I think.

but really good one. I knew disposing of is idiomatic but dispose 'without of' is also fine, if used in 'transitive senses' according to merriam-webster.
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02 Oct 2006, 19:47
"anyone" is singular?

In that case, B can't be the answer.

A looks better among the lot.
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02 Oct 2006, 20:46
OA is A...

Would highly appreciate if you could post ur reasonings..
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02 Oct 2006, 23:19
Raghavender wrote:
OA is A...

Would highly appreciate if you could post ur reasonings..

(A) anyone disposing of or servicing - CORRECT. parallel and idiomatic
(B) those who dispose or service - need 'of' for dispose of. WRONG
(C) anyone disposing of or who services - not parallel. who is extra. WRONG
(D) the disposal or repair of - doesn't make sense. The disposal cannot capture CFCs. WRONG
(E) someone who disposes or repairs - should be disposes of. WRONG
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03 Oct 2006, 07:40
ak_idc wrote:
I will bet on B. "disposing off" or "disposing of"

We can't combine the two verbs here. Dispose must be followed by of. Thinking you may have misread the original sentence
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03 Oct 2006, 10:30
GMATT73 wrote:
ak_idc wrote:
I will bet on B. "disposing off" or "disposing of"

We can't combine the two verbs here. Dispose must be followed by of. Thinking you may have misread the original sentence

Matt - While I agree with you that answer is A, just want to correct that "dispose" doesn't necessarily has to follow with "of"

If used in transitive sense, we don't need 'of' , at least according to webster dictionary - http://www.webster.com/dictionary/dispose
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