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# It was an increase in reported cases of malaria along the

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13 Jun 2006, 18:30
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It was an increase in reported cases of malaria along the Gulf Coast that in 1921 led the health authoritiesâ€™ granting a permit for experimentation with human subjects to the group that later would be called by the name of Unimedco.
(A) authoritiesâ€™ granting a permit for experimentation with human subjects to the group that later would be called by the name of
(B) authoritiesâ€™ granting a permit for experimentation with human subjects to the group that later to be called by the name of
(C) authoritiesâ€™ granting a permit for experimentation using human subjects to the group that later would be called by the name of
(D) authorities to grant a permit for human experimentation to the group later called
(E) authorities to grant a permit for human experimentation to the group that later would be called by the name of

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13 Jun 2006, 18:53
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led... to is the correct idiom. So A,B and C are out.

Out of D and E, E is sweet and concise. D is too wordy.
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13 Jun 2006, 19:50
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Straight 'D'

I though 'E' was wordy with unwanted would be which is not needed when you narrate a past event in passive voice..

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13 Jun 2006, 20:02
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Will go with D. Only D and E make some sense. But indeed E is wordy

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13 Jun 2006, 20:07
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Straight D.
A,B and C are out as we need ' led.....to'.
Between D and E, it has to be D for conciseness.

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14 Jun 2006, 00:36
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^ D ^

I would eliminate A, B and C because of "authoritiesâ€™ granting ". Between D and E, D is the correct one. E is wordy ..

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14 Jun 2006, 00:57
OA is D.

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