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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. "Between the year $1946$ and the year $1955,$ ... can be $[4];$ automobiles may be $[5],$ auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the $[6]$ until the case is settled. purchaser victim investor offender
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. "Between the year $1946$ and the year $1955,$ ... can be $[4];$ automobiles may be $[5],$ auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the $[6]$ until the case is settled. smashed seized dismantled frozen
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. "Between the year $1946$ and the year $1955,$ ... can be $[4];$ automobiles may be $[5],$ auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the $[6]$ until the case is settled. closed detached attached impounded
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. "Between the year $1946$ and the year $1955,$ I did not file any income tax returns." With that $[1]$ ... can be $[4];$ automobiles may be $[5],$ auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the $[6]$ until the case is settled. sanctions refunds fees fines
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. "Between the year $1946$ and the year $1955,$ ... can be $[4];$ automobiles may be $[5],$ auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the $[6]$ until the case is settled. interest taxes principal returns
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4],$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were $[1].$ In ... by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his $[3]$ was easily set off; he scowled when he $[4]$ the corridors. paced strolled stormed prowled
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4],$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were $[1].$ In ... by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his $[3]$ was easily set off; he scowled when he $[4]$ the corridors. laughter curiosity humour temper
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Fill in the blanks, numbered $[1], [2], [3], [4],$ in the passage below with the most appropriate word from the options given for each blank. At that time the White House was as serene as a resort hotel out of season. The corridors were $[1].$ In ... by President Eisenhower himself. Apparently, his $[3]$ was easily set off; he scowled when he $[4]$ the corridors. quiet faded loud stentorian
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Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below: In an examination, there are $100$ questions divided into three groups A, B and C such that each group contains at least one question. Each question in group A carries $1$ mark, each question in group B carries $2$ marks and ... best describes the number of questions in group B? $11$ or $12$ $12$ or $13$ $13$ or $14$ $14$ or $15$
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Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below: $f_{1}(x) = \left\{\begin{matrix} x & 0 \leq x \leq 1 \\ 1 & x \geq 1 \\ 0 & \text{otherwise} \end{matrix}\right.$ $f_{2}(x) = f_{1}(-x) \;\; \text{for all} \; x$ ... $f_2(-x) = f_4(x) \: \text{for all }\;x$ $f_1(x) + f_3(x) = 0 \: \text{for all }\;x$
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Answer the question on the basis of the information given below: In the adjoining figure, I and II are circles with centres P and Q respectively. The two circles touch each other and have a common tangent that touches them at points R and S respectively. This common tangent meets the line P and Q at O. ... cm. The length of SO is $8 \sqrt{3}$ cm $10 \sqrt{3}$ cm $12 \sqrt{3}$ cm $14 \sqrt{3}$ cm
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Answer the question on the basis of the information given below: In the adjoining figure, I and II are circles with centres P and Q respectively. The two circles touch each other and have a common tangent that touches them at points R and S respectively. This common tangent meets the line P ... also known that the length of PO is $28$ cm. What is the radius of the circle II? 2 cm 3 cm 4 cm 5 cm
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Read the passage and answer the question. Recently I spent several hours sitting under a tree in my garden with social anthropologist William Ury, a Harvard University professor who specializes in the art of negotiation and wrote the bestselling book, Getting ... . Change in technology was not easily possible. German, Japanese and French companies could not come up with new technologies.
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Read the passage and answer the question. Recently I spent several hours sitting under a tree in my garden with social anthropologist William Ury, a Harvard University professor who specializes in the art of negotiation and wrote the bestselling book, Getting to Yes. He ... it is made out to be. We should have less change than what we have now. Competition spurs companies into radical innovation.
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Read the passage and answer the question. Recently I spent several hours sitting under a tree in my garden with social anthropologist William Ury, a Harvard University professor who specializes in the art of negotiation and wrote the bestselling book, Getting to ... is always rapid More money spent on innovation leads to more rapid change. Over decade, structural change has been incremental.
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Read the passage and answer the question. The painter is now free to paint anything he chooses. There are scarcely any forbidden subjects, and today everybody is prepared to admit that a painting of some fruit can be as important as a painting of a hero dying. ... secure a culture, more difficult the choice of subject. The more insecure a culture, the less significant the choice of the subject.
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Read the passage and answer the question. The painter is now free to paint anything he chooses. There are scarcely any forbidden subjects, and today everybody is prepared to admit that a painting of some fruit can be as important as a painting of a ... of scandals in nineteenth century European art. Agreement on the general meaning of a painting is influenced by culture and historical context.
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Read the passage and answer the question. The painter is now free to paint anything he chooses. There are scarcely any forbidden subjects, and today everybody is prepared to admit that a painting of some fruit can be as important as a painting of a hero ... of its subject selection. The subject has a personal meaning for the painter. The panting of subjects is inspired by historical developments.
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Read the passage and answer the question. The painter is now free to paint anything he chooses. There are scarcely any forbidden subjects, and today everybody is prepared to admit that a painting of some fruit can be as important as a painting ... abstract forms. Artists gaining freedom to choose subjects and abandoning subjects altogether. Rise of Impressionists and an increase in abstract forms.
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Read the passage and answer the question. The viability of the multinational corporate system depends upon the degree to which people will tolerate the unevenness it creates. It is well to remember that the New Imperialism' which began after $1870$ in a ... on the international system for their continued prosperity are not in a position to challenge the status quo do not enjoy popular support
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Read the passage and answer the question. The viability of the multinational corporate system depends upon the degree to which people will tolerate the unevenness it creates. It is well to remember that the New Imperialism' which began after $1870$ in a spirit ... centre. (fourth paragraph), what is the meaning of centre'? National government Native capitalists New capitalists None of the above
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Read the passage and answer the question. The viability of the multinational corporate system depends upon the degree to which people will tolerate the unevenness it creates. It is well to remember that the New Imperialism' which began after $1870$ in a ... effects its policies favoured developing the vast hinterland it prevented the growth of a set-up which could have been capitalistic in nature
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Read the passage and answer the question. Throughout human history the leading causes of death have been infection and trauma. Modern medicine has scored significant victories against both, and the major causes of ill health and death are now the chronic ... suited to micronutrients most people are consuming suboptimal amounts of safe-to-consume micronutrients it is not cost effective to do so
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Read the passage and answer the question. Throughout human history the leading causes of death have been infection and trauma. Modern medicine has scored significant victories against both, and the major causes of ill health and death are now the chronic ... micronutrient deficiency is the cause of these diseases it can overcome genetic risk factors it can compensate for the lifestyle factors
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Read the passage and answer the question. Throughout human history the leading causes of death have been infection and trauma. Modern medicine has scored significant victories against both, and the major causes of ill health and death are now the ... them to diseases They suffer from Type-B malnutrition There is a lengthy latency period associated with chronically degenerative diseases.
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Read the passage and answer the question. Fifty feet away three male lions lay by the road. They didn't appear to have hair on their heads. Nothing the colour of their noses (leonine noses darken as they age, from pink to black), Craig estimated ... be far less violent than believed The morphological variations in body and skull size between the cave and Tsavo lions are found to be insignificant
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Read the passage and answer the question. Fifty feet away three male lions lay by the road. They didn't appear to have hair on their heads. Nothing the colour of their noses (leonine noses darken as they age, from pink to black), Craig estimated that they ... amateur observers had been mistaken Craig was now able to confirm that darkening of the noses as lions aged applied to Tsavo lions as well.
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Read the passage and answer the question. Fifty feet away three male lions lay by the road. They didn't appear to have hair on their heads. Nothing the colour of their noses (leonine noses darken as they age, from pink to black), Craig estimated that ... The Tsavo lion is considered to be less evolved than the Serengiti variety. Tsavo lions have been observed to attack vehicles as well as humans
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: Prof. Singh has been tracking the number of visitors to his homepage. his service provider has provided him with the following data on the country of origin of the visitors and the university they belong ... Which among the listed countries can possibly host three of the eight listed universities? None Only UK Only India Both India and UK
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: Prof. Singh has been tracking the number of visitors to his homepage. his service provider has provided him with the following data on the country of origin of the visitors and the university they belong to: Number of Visitors ... from how many universities from UK visited Prof. Singh's home page in the three days? $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: Prof. Singh has been tracking the number of visitors to his homepage. his service provider has provided him with the following data on the country of origin of the visitors and the university they belong to: Number ... India or Netherlands but not USA India or USA but not Netherlands Netherlands or USA but not India USA or India but not UK
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: A study was conducted to ascertain the relative importance that employees in five different countries assigned to five different traits in their Chief Executive Officers. The traits were compassion (C), ... of the following pairs of countries are most dissimilar? China and Japan India and China Malaysia and Japan Thailand and Japan
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: A study was conducted to ascertain the relative importance that employees in five different countries assigned to five different traits in their Chief Executive Officers. The traits were compassion (C), decisiveness (D), ... C P 5 D V P N D Which amongst the following countries is least dissimilar to India? China Japan Malaysia Thailand
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: A study was conducted to ascertain the relative importance that employees in five different countries assigned to five different traits in their Chief Executive Officers. The traits were compassion (C), decisiveness (D), ... C P 5 D V P N D Which amongst the following countries is most dissimilar to India? China Japan Malaysia Thailand
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: The data point in the figure below represent monthly income and expenditure data of individual members of the Ahuja family, the Bose family , the Coomar family, and the Dubey family. For these questions, savings is defined as Savings = income-expenditure Which family has the lowest average savings? Ahuja Bose Coomer Dubey
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: The data point in the figure below represent monthly income and expenditure data of individual members of the Ahuja family, the Bose family , the Coomar family, and the Dubey family. For these questions, ... defined as Savings = income-expenditure The highest amount of savings accrues to a member of which family? Ahuja Bose Coomer Dubey
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Answer the questions based on the information given below: The data point in the figure below represent monthly income and expenditure data of individual members of the Ahuja family, the Bose family , the Coomar family, and the Dubey family. For these questions, savings is defined as Savings = income-expenditure Which family has the lowest average income? Ahuja Bose Coomer Dubey