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Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious

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Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious [#permalink]

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a very similar hard question with different patterns and grammar issues, https://gmatclub.com/forum/those-who-fa ... 98394.html

Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious scholarship often cite Heinrich Schliemann, who was a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity and who unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he had been hoping to unearth, when he deployed fifteen sticks of dynamite in the substratum containing relics of ancient Troy and who yet inspired legions of similarly inexperienced men to enter the field.

A Heinrich Schliemann, who was a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity and who unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he had been hoping to unearth, when he deployed

B Heinrich Schliemann, a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity and the unwitting destroyer of the very artifacts he had hoped to unearth when he deployed

C Heinrich Schliemann, a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity, who unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he hoped to unearth when deploying

D as an example Heinrich Schliemann, a wealthy German businessman who had an obsession for antiquity, who unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he hoped to unearth, and who deployed

E Heinrich Schliemann, who was a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity; he unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he hoped to unearth when deploying

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Hint: method POE works best.
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
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Re: Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious [#permalink]

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New post 15 Jan 2018, 05:23
Trick to solve this question is to look for the non underlined part.In that prt a subordinate clause starts with who is present after the parellelism marker and.That means there must be another in the underlined part.

Only C qualifies.

Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious scholarship often cite Heinrich Schliemann, a wealthy German businessman with an obsession for antiquity, who unwittingly destroyed the very artifacts he hoped to unearth when deploying fifteen sticks of dynamite in the substratum containing relics of ancient Troy and who yet inspired legions of similarly inexperienced men to enter the field.
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Re: Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious [#permalink]

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New post 15 Jan 2018, 08:55
How "when deploying fifteen sticks" can be correct?
What construction is this? Thank you very much
Re: Those who fault the intrusion of amateurs into areas requiring serious   [#permalink] 15 Jan 2018, 08:55
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