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28 Nov 2003, 01:16
and provide reasons for the selection.

Example: epithet: disparage

a. abbreviation: proliferate
b. hieroglyphic: mythologize
c. dimunitive: respect
d. code: simplify

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28 Nov 2003, 02:38
tzec76 wrote:
and provide reasons for the selection.

Example: epithet: disparage

a. abbreviation: proliferate
b. hieroglyphic: mythologize
c. dimunitive: respect
d. code: simplify

IMO, the answer is e. I'll let you think about the reason for a bit....
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30 Nov 2003, 03:52
Yes E is the answer. I am still figuring out.

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30 Nov 2003, 19:27
tzec76 wrote:
Yes E is the answer. I am still figuring out.

Thanks.

Do you have a dictionary? What is an epithet and how is it used? What is an alias how how is it used?
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30 Nov 2003, 20:45
Excuse me, but I'm looking for a place where people discuss GMAT questions. Can anyone point me to a good website?

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