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OG_VPR # 4 In a strong indication of the way the entire par

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In a strong indication of the way the entire party is __________ the candidate with moderate credentials, the outspokenly conservative former mayor of a major city has promised to raise a substantial amount of money for the candidate’s campaign.

A) rallying behind

B) incensed over

C) undecided about

D) mortified over

E) embarrassed about

F) coalescing around

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A and F


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The former mayor’s promise to raise funds is used as an example of the party’s attitude or actions toward the candidate. Since raising funds is a way of supporting a candidate, the words filling the blank must be positive rather than negative. Only two of the choices given, “rallying behind” and “coalescing around,” indicate a positive attitude toward the candidate; moreover, they also produce similar meanings, so they are the correct answer. The other four choices indicate negative or indifferent attitudes toward the candidate that would not be exemplified by promises of fund-raising.Thus the correct answer is rallying behind (Choice A) and coalescing around (Choice F).
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