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The origins of La Tomatina, an annual Spanish event in which

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The origins of La Tomatina, an annual Spanish event in which participants hurl overripe tomatoes at one another for up to two hours, are _______, with possible theories including a friendly food fight and a volley aimed at a bad musician.






Blank (i)
(A) esoteric
(B) ephemeral
(C) apposite
(D) nebulous
(E) ubiquitous
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: The origins of La Tomatina, an annual Spanish event in which [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2017, 17:17
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The clues origins and the entire phrase following the comma requires that the blank mean something like uncertain. None of esoteric, ephemeral, apposite, or ubiquitous means uncertain, so eliminate choices (A), (B), (C), and (E). Nebulous means mysterious which is close enough to unknown, so select choice (D).

Hence option D is correct.
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