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# Congress

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14 Nov 2004, 19:01
Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established

Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established

Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing

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14 Nov 2004, 19:51
my vote for c,
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15 Nov 2004, 00:07
should be A.
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15 Nov 2004, 06:45
I narrowed it down to 'A' and 'C' and I find the relative pronoun modifier 'that' to be more appropriate than the modifier 'which', so I will go with 'A'
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15 Nov 2004, 07:23
I go for A.
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15 Nov 2004, 07:23
I go for A.
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15 Nov 2004, 08:21
I would go w/ A
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15 Nov 2004, 12:34
one more for A
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15 Nov 2004, 13:58
The act made provisions and also established.............

A is clean here.

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