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    The period known as the Enlightenment

    The period known as the Enlightenment is commonly used to refer to the Renaissance, ---- also it refers to various periods in many other countries.

    A) so
    B) though
    C) in that
    D) nevertheless
    E) even so


    Key is B, can't we say D?

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    Re: The period known as the Enlightenment

    Only B is correct.

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