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# Although Babylonian scholars were remarkable observers

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Although Babylonian scholars were remarkable observers  [#permalink]

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Although Babylonian scholars were remarkable observers of human illness and behavior, researchers believe that their proficiency in anatomy was superficial and did not entirely disprove the involvement of evil forces in a number of diseases.

A. superficial and did not entirely disprove
B. superficial and that it disproved not entirely
C. superficial, not entirely disproving
D. superficial, not entirely a disproval of
E. superficial, and that they did not entirely disprove

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Re: Although Babylonian scholars were remarkable observers  [#permalink]

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03 Dec 2017, 06:45
chesstitans wrote:
Although Babylonian scholars were remarkable observers of human illness and behavior, researchers believe that their proficiency in anatomy was superficial and did not entirely disprove the involvement of evil forces in a number of diseases.

A. superficial and did not entirely disprove
B. superficial and that it disproved not entirely
C. superficial, not entirely disproving
D. superficial, not entirely a disproval of
E. superficial, and that they did not entirely disprove

Parallelism error..

"that their proficiency in anatomy " is not parallel to "did not entirely disprove the involvement"
option E has no such errors

Ans E

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