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Answer C.

Parallelism ..That are melting, That are rising

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Eliminate A, B and C since "may" is redundant. D is wordy.

I pick E.
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E.

possibly and may is redundant as rigger explained.

E is more || than D.
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Another E.

of the...of the. Also, redundancy is an issue with the first three choices.
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I choose E. Because A, B, and C uses "may"..this is uncertainty
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yup... OA is E.

you have to read without the modifier first.

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Vote for E.

Because of the word "possible" at the first of this sentence, "may" is redundant.

Between D and E, E is the better choice.
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