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To make negotiations successful, one must look at the interests of the parties, instead of a series of positions, in order to make it easier to reach a compromise on the
particulars.

A. instead of a series of positions, in order to make it easier
B. as opposed to a series of positions, in order to make it easier
C. in contrast with a series of positions, in order to make it easier
D. rather than at a series of positions, in order to make it easier
E. as against being at a series of positions, in order to make it easier
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To make negotiations successful, one must look at the interests of the parties, instead of a series of positions, in order to make it easier to reach a compromise on the particulars.

A. instead of a series of positions, in order to make it easier
B. as opposed to a series of positions, in order to make it easier
C. in contrast with a series of positions, in order to make it easier
D. rather than at a series of positions, in order to make it easier --> correct; talking about a preference
E. as against being at a series of positions, in order to make it easier
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