# Unlike the virginal, whose single set of strings runs parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the harpsichord’s several sets of strings are placed at right angles to its front edge.

Unlike the virginal, whose single set of strings runs parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the harpsichord’s several sets of strings are placed at right angles to its front edge.

A. whose single set of strings runs parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the harpsichord’s several sets of strings are

B. with a single set of strings running parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the several sets of strings of the harpsichord are

C. which has a single set of strings that runs parallel to the front edge of the instrument, in the case of the harpsichord, several sets of strings are

D. which has a single set of strings that run parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the harpsichord has several sets of strings

E. in which a single set of strings run parallel to the front edge of the instrument, the harpsichord’s several sets of strings are

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