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What King Pyrrhus did was similar to Winston Churchill but not exactly same. Therefore, "not unlike" is better to convey the analogy between the similar leaderships of King Pyrrhus and Winston Churchill. "as did" would be used to convey exact same actions.
Ex: Not unlike Paul, who ate some strange fruit, Peter ate a mango
This implies an analogy; Paul ate some kind of fruit similar to Peter's mango
Ex: As did Paul, Peter ate a mango
This means that Peter AND Paul both ate a mango
C is best answer
C is the correct answer. This is a Comparison question. Since we will be comparing Winston Churchill, a person, in the first part of the sentence we also need a person. Like is better than As when we compare people, and therefore we can eliminate A, B, D, and E. The only possible correct answer is C, with compares the two people appropriately: Not unlike King Pyrrhus.....Winston Churchill
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