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# Color blindness, a disorder whose most common manifestation

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Color blindness, a disorder whose most common manifestation is an inability to distinguish red from green, is much more commonly found between white males than between women or members of other races.

A. between white males than between
B. between white males and
C. in white males and
D. in white males than in
E. in white males than it is in[/list]
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26 Feb 2012, 13:32
A and B do not actually state the comparison that is done by CDE. D holds in for maintaining ||ism and also the comparison!!!
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26 Feb 2012, 17:39
^ actually C also changes the comparison. It seems wrong because it eventually fails to provide a comparison by using "and" and "or".

I think the choice between D and E is tricky.. but went with D because "than it is" in E sounded awkward.. Also D is more concise.

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26 Feb 2012, 19:15
D is the winner here. It maintains the proper parallelism

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