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Unlike[u] the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged

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Unlike the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged haphazardly,
the same basic plan was followed for all cities of the Indus Valley: with houses
laid
out on a north-south, east-west grid, and houses and walls were built of standardsize
bricks.
(A) the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged haphazardly,
the same basic plan was followed for all cities of the Indus Valley: with
houses
(B) the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were haphazard in
arrangement, the same basic plan was used in all cities of the Indus Valley:
houses were
(C) the arrangement of buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were
haphazard, the cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same basic plan:
houses
(D) Mesopotamian cities, in which buildings were arranged haphazardly, the
cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same basic plan: houses were
(E) Mesopotamian cities, which had buildings that were arranged
haphazardly, the same basic plan was used for all cities in the Indus Valley:
houses that were
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Re: Unlike[u] the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged [#permalink]

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Unlike the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged haphazardly,
the same basic plan was followed for all cities of the Indus Valley: with houses
laid
out on a north-south, east-west grid, and houses and walls were built of standardsize
bricks.
(A) the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged haphazardly,
the same basic plan was followed for all cities of the Indus Valley: with
houses
(B) the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were haphazard in
arrangement, the same basic plan was used in all cities of the Indus Valley:
houses were
(C) the arrangement of buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were
haphazard, the cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same basic plan:
houses
(D) Mesopotamian cities, in which buildings were arranged haphazardly, the
cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same basic plan: houses were
(E) Mesopotamian cities, which had buildings that were arranged
haphazardly, the same basic plan was used for all cities in the Indus Valley:
houses that were


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Re: Unlike[u] the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were arranged   [#permalink] 30 Jun 2018, 01:10
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