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# Several years ago the diet industry introduced a variety of

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Several years ago the diet industry introduced a variety of appetite suppressants, but some of these drugs caused stomach disorders severe enough to have them banned by the Food and Drug Administration.
(A) stomach disorders severe enough to have them
(B) stomach disorders that were severe enough so they were
(C) stomach disorders of such severity so as to be
(D) such severe stomach disorders that they were
(E) such severe stomach disorders as to be

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30 Oct 2008, 08:18
I am stuck between D & E.

D ...> Such ... that

E....> Such .... X as to Y

I opt for E because of antecedent for pronoun "them" is not clear in D.

Edit : Agree with D

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30 Oct 2008, 13:18
OA is D but i have my reservations .

Does anyone have a source/info for usage of such.... that and such .... as to

This is what I have and I'd like to know what fellow clubbers think.

SUCH

Such + adjective + noun + that
•It was such a good new that I couldn’t wait to share it with my parents.
•Such changing conditions as seasonal and daily cycles or different planetary
•Such extraordinary fees

Such + noun + as to (noun=way, manner etc)
•Xue Mei spoke in such a way as to calm us down.
•The sales materials are presented in such a way as to encourage attendees to
purchase the products on the spot.
NOTE – such + noun + as to is much less common than so + adj/adv + as to

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Re: SC- stomach disorders   [#permalink] 30 Oct 2008, 13:18
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