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# In the courthouse, the prosecutor provided a long

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06 Nov 2019, 10:30
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In the courthouse, the prosecutor provided a long and outlandish account of the manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted of the supposed velvet revolution.

A) provided a long and outlandish account of the manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted of
B) provided a long and outlandish account of the manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted for
C) accounted for the long and outlandish manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted for
D) provided a long and outlandish accounting for the manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted of
E) accounted for the long and outlandish manner in which the leading reformist figures and former government ministers accounted of
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06 Nov 2019, 16:23
Prosecutor "provided " eliminate C,E
"Accounted for" is the correct idiom

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