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resented E underestimated 29-3 Despite a string of dismal earnings reports, the two-year-old strategy to return the company to profitability is beginning to . A falter B disappoint C compete D work E circulate 29-4 The President reached a decision only after lengthy , painstakingly weighing the opinions expressed by cabinet members. A deliberation · · · divergent B confrontation · · · unanimous C relegation · · · consistent D speculation · · · conciliatory E canvassing · · · arbitrary 29-5 Although just barely as a writer of lucid prose, Jones was an extremely editor who worked superbly with other writers in helping them improve the clarity of their writing. A deficient · · · muddling B proficient · · · contentious C adequate · · · capable D appalling · · · competent E engaging · · · inept 29-6 The accusations we bring against others should be ourselves; they should not complacency and easy judgments on our part concerning our own moral conduct.
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 29.2 17 A definitions of · · · produce B instructions to · · · equate C denigrations of · · · exclude D warnings to · · · justify E parodies of · · · satirize 29-7 Although the meanings of words may necessarily be liable to change, it does not follow that the lexicographer is therefore unable to render spelling, in a great measure, . A arbitrary B superfluous C interesting D flexible E constant 29-8 Some activists believe that because the health-care system has become increasingly to those it serves, individuals must bureaucratic impediments in order to de- velop and promote new therapies. A attuned · · · avoid B inimical · · · utilize C unresponsive · · · circumvent D indifferent · · · supplement E sensitized · · · forsake 29-9 The acts of vandalism that these pranksters had actually were insignificant compared with those they had but had not attempted. A hidden · · · renounced B advocated · · · meditated C inflicted · · · dismissed D committed · · · effected E perpetrated · · · contemplated 29-10 Though one cannot say that Michelangelo was an impractical designer, he was, of all nonprofessional architects known, the most in that he was the least constrained by tradition or precedent.
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 18 A pragmatic B adventurous C empirical D skilled E learned 29-11 Before adapting to changes in values, many prefer to , to the univer- sally agreed-on principles that have been upheld for centuries. A innovate · · · protect B resist · · · defend C ponder · · · subvert D vacillate · · · publicize E revert · · · ignore 29-12 Although the records of colonial New England are in comparison with those available in France or England, the records of other English colonies in America are even more . A sporadic · · · irrefutable B sparse · · · incontrovertible C ambiguous · · · authoritative D sketchy · · · fragmentary E puzzling · · · unquestionable 29-13 High software prices are frequently said to widespread illegal copying, al- though the opposite — that high prices are the cause of the copying — is equally plausible. A contribute to B result from C correlate with D explain E precede 29-14
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