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Agriculture scientists studying the Macaca Egg plants in

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40. Agriculture scientists studying the Macaca Egg plants in French Polynesia reported that Brinjals of a newly discovered species, yet to be named, is at least two times the size of those taken in the harvests of the neighbouring New Zealand.
A is at least two times the size of those taken in the harvests of
B is at least two times those harvested by
C are at least twice the size of the brinjals harvested by
D are at least twice what the banana harvests of
E is at least twice as large compared to those brinjals harvested by


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Originally posted by vaivish1723 on 01 Jun 2009, 10:23.
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I guess you've missed the underline in the question.
Could you please correct?

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are is needed and our of C and D, C is better constructed.

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