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He became famous for his theories of (22) relativity and won the 1921 Nobel Prize for physics.
relativity and won

A.relativity, and won
B.relativity and, won
C.relativity, and, won
D.no error
I think it is D...?

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    Right, again! :-)

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    yeah!! thanks

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