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106. In large doses, analgesics that work in the brain as antagonists to certain chemicals have caused psychological disturbances in patients, which may limit their potential to relieve severe pain.
(A) which may limit their potential to relieve
(B) which may limit their potential for relieving
(C) which may limit such analgesics’ potential to relieve
(D) an effect that may limit their potential to relieve
(E) an effect that may limit the potential of such analgesics for relieving

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I vote for E.

"which" is ambiguous.

"their" in D is not clear either, does it refer to the patient or the analgesic.

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I was between 'E' & 'C'

'E' the same reason as above but somehow 'for relieving' doesn't sound right to my ear, so I was wondering if it should be 'C' becos of 'to relieve severe pain'.

But finally I decided on 'E' too.

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I will go with D on this

potential to is right idiom
potential for doesn't sound right
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:( Well I dont know what to choose... A, B and C are wrong for the obvious reasons. Cant choose D because "they" is very ambiguous. Now , in E, there is this idiom problem... "potential to" is the right idiom.. not "pontential for"..... Im wondering if this question is good. :?:
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I'll select E.
In D, its not clear what 'they' refers to..whether psychological disturbances or the patients.
E is more clear.

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OA IS E

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New post 18 Nov 2004, 13:37
praveen_rao7 wrote:
I will go with D on this

potential to is right idiom
potential for doesn't sound right


Would you elaborate?
Is there anything wrong with:

"Eliminating paswords has tremendous potential for abuse."

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