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No less remarkable than the invention of nuclear power has been the wa

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No less remarkable than the invention of nuclear power has been the way the technology has prompted governments to reevaluate the nature of international relations

A. No less remarkable than the invention of nuclear power
B. What was as remarkable as the invention of nuclear power
C. Inventing nuclear power has been none the less remarkable than
D. The invention of nuclear power has been no less remarkable as
E. The thing that was as remarkable as inventing nuclear power

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Could someone explain why A is correct ? I marked D
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Could someone explain why A is correct ? I marked D


"Less" is a comparative adjective and requires "than", not "as".
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could anyone help to explain each option? Thanks!
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