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# SC - Jazz pianist

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01 May 2009, 08:20
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Re: SC - Jazz pianist  [#permalink]

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01 May 2009, 11:48
humans wrote:
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IMO B.

C, D, E are out for unclarity... they sounded like two people one being Jazz Pionist and other being composer thelonius Monk..

A -- who was not necessary .
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01 May 2009, 13:48
D ..recently discussed. tough one though
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02 May 2009, 10:54
A is wrong for redundant use of "who was" in the modifier.
Similar reasons for eliminating C.
E is wrong for the verb rooted could be referring to both the jazz pianist or
body of work.
Use of "both" in B is erroneous since "and". Rooted in A and B is correct idion rather than rooted in both A and B. So the corrct ans is D

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