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To lack self-discipline is to lack any true commitment to

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To lack self-discipline is to lack any true commitment to the goals one has set.

(A) To lack self-discipline is to lack

(B) To be lacking in self-discipline is to lack

(C) To lack self-discipline must be to lack

(D) Lacking self-discipline is to be lacking

(E) Lacking self-discipline is the lack of

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New post 06 Oct 2010, 10:37
the subject is a bit odd, who can elaborate?
although parallelism suffices to knock it down.

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