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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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New post 26 Apr 2006, 04:12
Going with E.
Got stuck between D and E. But in D their seems to be referring incorrectly to patients.

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New post 26 Apr 2006, 11:42
E for me too . A,B,C are out because of improper use of which

in D their is ambigious .

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E..
potential of causing.. oh so famous Spidey's notes
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New post 26 Apr 2006, 17:55
Agreed with E..


Pronoun and idiom.. Potential... for!

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New post 27 Apr 2006, 02:20
The OA is E.

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New post 27 Apr 2006, 02:51
The answer should be E.

Which is wrong here. According to the rules for which, if the clause is removed the sentence can make sense on it own. This is not the case here. Hence That is necessary.

Also there is a pronoun error. Their doesnot specify whether analgesics or patients are relieving the pain.

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