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The traditional Kuki Clinics differ from others in Africa because they

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The traditional Kuki Clinics differ from others in Africa because they are composed of a presiding doctor and two doctors additionally coming from either that province or from the neighboring province.

A. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and two doctors additionally
B. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and also two other doctors
C. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and also of two other doctors
D. in that their composition is of a presiding doctor and two other doctors
E. in that they are composed of a presiding doctor and two other doctors
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"in that" is preferred over "because" in GMAT , options (A) , (B) & (C) can hence be rejected !!

Between (D) & (E), correct answer must be (E) for the correct use of their Vs they.

Hence, correct answer must be (E)
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The usage of 'additionally' and 'also' after 'and' in a list of items is redundant and hence incorrect- eliminates A,B &C.
Out of D & E, E is far more concise than D.
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I see that GMAT requires parallel. So these structures are correct:
from either X or Y
either from X or from Y.

This structure: "from either X or from Y" is incorrect. Don't know why this wrong structure is used in this question.
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The traditional Kuki Clinics differ from others in Africa because they are composed of a presiding doctor and two doctors additionally coming from either that province or from the neighboring province.

A. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and two doctors additionally
B. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and also two other doctors
C. because they are composed of a presiding doctor and also of two other doctors
D. in that their composition is of a presiding doctor and two other doctors
E. in that they are composed of a presiding doctor and two other doctors
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