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The technical term “pagination” is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble the page images that become the metal or plastic plates used in printing.


(A) is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble

(B) refers to a process that allows editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(C) is a process leaving the editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(D) refers to a process which allows editors, but not to printers, the assembly of

(E) has reference to the process leaving to editors, instead of the printer, assembling

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Bunuel wrote:
The technical term “pagination” is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble the page images that become the metal or plastic plates used in printing.


(A) is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble

(B) refers to a process that allows editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(C) is a process leaving the editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(D) refers to a process which allows editors, but not to printers, the assembly of

(E) has reference to the process leaving to editors, instead of the printer, assembling


+1 for B

(A) is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble --> The 'term' is not a process its a reference.

(B) refers to a process that allows editors, rather than printers, to assemble --> Corrects the error in A and modifier is used correctly

(C) is a process leaving the editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(D) refers to a process which allows editors, but not to printers, the assembly of

(E) has reference to the process leaving to editors, instead of the printer, assembling
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Bunuel wrote:
The technical term “pagination” is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble the page images that become the metal or plastic plates used in printing.


(A) is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble

(B) refers to a process that allows editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(C) is a process leaving the editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(D) refers to a process which allows editors, but not to printers, the assembly of

(E) has reference to the process leaving to editors, instead of the printer, assembling


"technical term" is not a process
A and C out..
Option D changes meaning that process is allowing to do xxxxx...D out
E also changes the meaning and wordy too..E out

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Bunuel wrote:
The technical term “pagination” is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble the page images that become the metal or plastic plates used in printing.


(A) is a process that leaves editors, instead of printers, assemble

(B) refers to a process that allows editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(C) is a process leaving the editors, rather than printers, to assemble

(D) refers to a process which allows editors, but not to printers, the assembly of

(E) has reference to the process leaving to editors, instead of the printer, assembling


x rather than y : Correct Idiomatic Usage correct Answer must be (B)
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