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By a vote of 9 to 0, the Supreme Court awarded the Central

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By a vote of 9 to 0, the Supreme Court awarded the Central Intelligence Agency broad discretionary powers enabling it to withhold from the public the identities of its sources of intelligence information.

(A) enabling it to withhold from the public
(B) for it to withhold from the public
(C) for withholding disclosure to the public of
(D) that enable them to withhold from public disclosure
(E) that they can withhold public disclosure of

Hey, can anyone tell me the diff between A and B? Sounds so close.

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enabling in A is gerund verb sort of.
for in B is a preposition.

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