While the expression no great shakes originally referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, they have

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While the expression “no great shakes” originally referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, they have come to connote broadly varying meanings; they could refer, for example, to individuals who perform tasks only unexceptionally or, just as easily, to unmemorable or ordinary experiences.


A. referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, they have come to connote broadly varying meanings; they

B. referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, it has come to connote a broad variety of meanings; it

C. referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, it has connoted broadly varying meanings; it

D. have referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, it has come to connote a broad variety of meanings; it

E. have referred to gamblers who were not adept at rolling dice, they have come to connote broadly varying meanings; they



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Source: Princeton Review