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Unlike the streets of New York City, which were arranged in a grid to facilitate commerce, Washington, D.C. was planned to emphasize the various monuments and symbols of the country.
A. the streets of New York City, which were arranged in a grid to facilitate commerce, Washington, D.C. was planned
B. New York City’s streets, which were arranged as a grid to facilitate commerce, Washington, D.C. was planned
C. the streets of New York City, which was arranged as a grid facilitating commerce, Washington, D.C. was planned
D. New York City, in which the streets were arranged in a grid to facilitate commerce, Washington, D.C. was planned
E. New York City, which had streets arranged in a grid that facilitated commerce, the streets of Washington, D.C. were planned

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