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# Maya Angelou, the recipient of more than fifty honorary degrees

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Re: Maya Angelou, the recipient of more than fifty honorary degrees [#permalink]
Maya Angelou, the recipient of more than fifty honorary degrees, to read her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton was a privilege, becoming the first American poet to be so honored since Robert Frost, a renowned British poet who read at the inauguration of John F Kennedy.

A) to read her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton was a privilege, becoming
B) privileged to read her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton became
C) privileged to read at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? to become
D) was privileged at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton to read her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? became
E) was privileged to read her poem ???On the Pulse of Morning??? at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton, becoming
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