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# Camus broke with Sartre in a bitter dispute over the nature

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Camus broke with Sartre in a bitter dispute over the nature [#permalink]

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Camus broke with Sartre in a bitter dispute over the nature of Stalinism.
(A) in a bitter dispute over
(B) over bitterly disputing
(C) after there was a bitter dispute over
(D) after having bitterly disputed about
(E) over a bitter dispute about

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18 Jun 2009, 13:50
urchin wrote:
Camus broke with Sartre in a bitter dispute over the nature of Stalinism.
(A) in a bitter dispute over
(B) over bitterly disputing
(C) after there was a bitter dispute over
(D) after having bitterly disputed about
(E) over a bitter dispute about

dispute/debate over is the correct idiom

A is concise, clear and correct
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18 Jun 2009, 16:17
urchin wrote:
Camus broke with Sartre in a bitter dispute over the nature of Stalinism.
(A) in a bitter dispute over
(B) over bitterly disputing
(C) after there was a bitter dispute over
(D) after having bitterly disputed about
(E) over a bitter dispute about

I think E is correct because of "..broke ....Over...."
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18 Jun 2009, 17:05
something is telling me to push the A button
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18 Jun 2009, 19:59
I am going to push the E button...
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18 Jun 2009, 21:42
IMO A..
for dispute over

C changes the meaning.
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18 Jun 2009, 23:44
OA is A.
A more insight will be helpful as to why A is correct.
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19 Jun 2009, 05:45
I go for A
because it is always ' in a dispute' and 'dispute over something'.
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19 Jun 2009, 06:33
Correct answer is "A" I think since the phrase "in a dispute over ..." sounds correctly

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Re: Camus and Sartre   [#permalink] 19 Jun 2009, 06:33
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