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    be set up

    An advisory committee recommended that a “B” committee be set up.

    What would best illustrate the meaning of the ‘be’ in the sentence?

    1. Should be?
    2. Will be?
    3. (Anything else?)
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    Re: be set up

    'Should be'

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