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# The suspect is facing charges that he illegally published

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Manager
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The suspect is facing charges that he illegally published [#permalink]

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31 Jul 2008, 21:43
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The suspect is facing charges that he illegally published telephone credit card numbers, intending that they be used by others to avoid telephone billings.

A)intending that they be used by others to avoid telephone billings

B)with the intent of others using them to avoid telephone billings.

C) intending that telephone billings could be avoided by others using them.

D) with the intent of their use by others to avoid telephone billings

E) with the intent that telephone billings would be avoided by others through their use

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31 Jul 2008, 22:06
I will choose "intending" over because the correct idion is "with the intention of" instead of "with the intent of".

I guess (C)
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31 Jul 2008, 22:12
Idiom is 'intent to'. B, D and E list 'intent of' and 'intent that'. So, eliminate B, D and E.

Between A and D, eliminate D, because D uses "could be" which is not strong enough to portray some one's intentions.

I pick A
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01 Aug 2008, 00:28
tlntd42 wrote:
The suspect is facing charges that he illegally published telephone credit card numbers, intending that they be used by others to avoid telephone billings.

A)intending that they be used by others to avoid telephone billings

B)with the intent of others using them to avoid telephone billings.

C) intending that telephone billings could be avoided by others using them.

D) with the intent of their use by others to avoid telephone billings

E) with the intent that telephone billings would be avoided by others through their use

only A is clear.

B - "intent of others" is wrong

C - it's not clear what "them" stand for

D - "with the intent of " should be replaced by "with the intent that" .

E - "their" is not clear.

only A remains..
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02 Aug 2008, 15:38
"with" seems incorrect with the comma splice.

C) is not clear.

A seems to be the best

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Re: SC- suspect   [#permalink] 02 Aug 2008, 15:38
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