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11 Jun 2004, 13:23
The commission has directed advertisers to restrict the use of the word â€œnaturalâ€

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11 Jun 2004, 13:58
I will go with D
"OR" is correct as the food cannot be natural in presence of any of factors mentioned

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11 Jun 2004, 14:14
Srijay...
by adding 'or' don't u think it means either of the things given.

Instead shouldn't we use 'and' as it suggets all of them.

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11 Jun 2004, 14:35
B sounds good to me
...do not contain X, Y, nor Z...
Z is equivalent to "anything that was synthesized"
Y is equivalent to "chemical preservatives"
X is equivalent to "color or flavor additives"
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11 Jun 2004, 15:09
B.
I would have gone for D in actual test scenario because there I would not be having posts from srijay or paul

Anyways I agree with Paul's "nor" use and satya's point that "or" makes it "either of them".

So will go with B.
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11 Jun 2004, 18:22

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11 Jun 2004, 18:55
So OA is D.
Good. I would have chosen D in the actual test scenario

Anyways, I cant beleive "nor" is not right here. I see few explanantions in the link above but it is still not clear.
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11 Jun 2004, 18:58
Great, this is going into my error log
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11 Jun 2004, 21:00
D it is
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11 Jun 2004, 23:33
Paul wrote:
:stupid2 Great, this is going into my error log

Paul, D should be the answer. â€œNorâ€

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11 Jun 2004, 23:33
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