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Researchers are studying plastics that dissolve at different rates, and they are finding that the so-called "quick disintegration" plastics are taking more time to deteriorate than they originally seemed.

A) they originally seemed
B) they seemed originally
C) it had been thought
D) it at first appeared
E) originally thought

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Researchers are studying plastics that dissolve at different rates, and they are finding that the so-called "quick disintegration" plastics are taking more time to deteriorate than they originally seemed.

A) they originally seemed
B) they seemed originally
C) it had been thought
D) it at first appeared
E) originally thought


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