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Even though most farms suffered because of the _______ of rain, Tony's farm produced a(n) ______ crop, thanks to the new irrigation system he installed.
A. copious ... appreciable
B. paucity ... copious
C. pittance ... inordinate
Would it be choice B?

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    Right! :-)

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    Answer B is correct.

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    thanks!

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