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The most prominent distinctions between designers' intellige

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The most prominent distinctions between designers' intelligence with that of engineers may lay not so much in any specific educational background but in one's perspective of what makes a good user experience.

(A)between designers' intelligence with that of engineers may lay not so much in any specific educational background but

(B)between designers' intelligence with that our engineers may lie not so much in any specific educational background but instead

(C)between designers' intelligence and that of engineers may lie not so much in any specific educational background as

(D)designers' intelligence has from that of engineers may lie not in any specific educational background as

(E)of designers' intelligence to that of engineers may lay not in any specific educational background but
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This can be solved with one issue: the idiom "distinction between X and Y."

(A)/(B) "distinctions between X with Y" does not make sense.
(D) We can't say that designers' intelligence has distinctions.
(E) We also can't say "distinctions of X to Y."

We can also get down to two--(D) and (E) with a second combination of idiom & parallel structure "not so much in X as in Y." We might get away with the simpler construction in (E), but it has other problems--the above, of course, and "lay" in place of "lie."
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