Chapter 2 - stoic person who walks as regular as clockwork...

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Chapter 2 1. Compared to the friendly Midwesterners, urban New Yorkers have the reputation of being brusque . 2. A journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact. 3. During a debate, the presidential candidates are able to have effervescent mind to answer all kinds of questions. 4. During the primary election, the candidates are indefatigable in claiming their polity position. 5. In the short story “A Rose For Emily”, Ms. Emily was portrayed as a morose and uncompanionable person. 6. Some successful students say a degree of nonchalance is actually the key to finishing a semester. 7. Phoenix Jackson, a protagonist in the short story “A Worn Path”, is such a
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Unformatted text preview: stoic person who walks as regular as clockwork to a long journey to obtain medicine to her beloved grandson. 8. The Korean-born student in Virginia Tech. is deemed as a misanthrope because he shot many innocent colleagues to die there. 9. Some people think that Putin is so voracious for power that he will pursue the position of the Prime Minister after his maturity of the presidency in Russia. 10. Although Chinas one-child policy has successfully been controlled the growth of the population, the problem of taking care of the huge amount of old people in the near future will be a heavy burden to their progeny ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLITICAL 210 taught by Professor Amitage during the Spring '08 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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