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# CR - Hollywood from GMATPREP

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06 Nov 2007, 17:16
I love OG and GMATPrep CR's. So much easier and less ambigious than the rest of the sources

Definite E.

The criticism or flaw is that if everyone sits at a high table then no one will see the celebrities.
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10 Nov 2007, 09:11
I go with E. no view - no customers.
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10 Nov 2007, 09:56
I don't see E as the correct answer- E distorts the proposal, which is to replace some of the current seating.
The author seems to want to make two contradictory points: He notes that on the one hand, people at tall tables generally leave faster, but, as such high tables are prized at this particular restauarant, we could be dealing with a fatal exception. What if customers linger all day?

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12 Nov 2007, 22:40
The OA is C.
12 Nov 2007, 22:40
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