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The message behind the selection of certain Nobel Prize

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The message behind the selection of certain Nobel Prize  [#permalink]

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28 Dec 2012, 12:40
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The message behind the selection of certain Nobel Prize winners is much different than in past years, leading analysts subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely prompted by the committee's apparent focus on global climate change.

leading analysts subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely
leading analysts to subscribe to theories promoted by the political right or any explanation likely to have been
leading analysts subscribing to theories that are promoted by the political right or to any explanation as was likely
resulting in the fact that analysts are subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely
resulting in the fact of analysts that are subscribing to theories promoted by the political right or to any likely explanation to have been
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Re: The message behind the selection of certain Nobel Prize  [#permalink]

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28 Dec 2012, 12:47
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tejpreetsingh wrote:
The message behind the selection of certain Nobel Prize winners is much different than in past years, leading analysts subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely prompted by the committee's apparent focus on global climate change.

leading analysts subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely
leading analysts to subscribe to theories promoted by the political right or any explanation likely to have been
leading analysts subscribing to theories that are promoted by the political right or to any explanation as was likely
resulting in the fact that analysts are subscribing to theories being promoted by the political right or to any explanation likely
resulting in the fact of analysts that are subscribing to theories promoted by the political right or to any likely explanation to have been

A and E are ackward and also the use of being in the first one and the too long sentence in the latter. aliminate

C and D in C are promoted is unnecessary and in D beaing is wrong and also are subscribing and being, is to convoluted......not clear

B is the best
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