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# If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone

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If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone [#permalink]

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If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone layer, the resulting increase in ultraviolet radiation will endanger human health, causing a rise in the incidence of skin cancer and eye disease, and perhaps even threatening global ecological systems.
(A) and perhaps even threatening
(B) and may even threaten
(C) and even a possible threat to
(D) as well as possibly threatening
(E) as well as a possible threat to

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12 Jun 2005, 09:48
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...will endanger human health....and may even threaten

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