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A unimpeachable · · · suspended B ingenious · · · withdrew C questionable · · · expanded D unscrupulous · · · revoked E reprehensible · · · augmented 34-10 People of intelligence and achievement can nonetheless be so and lacking in that they gamble their reputations by breaking the law to further their own ends.
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 34.2 11 A devious · · · propensity B culpable · · · prosperity C obsequious · · · deference D truculent · · · independence E greedy · · · integrity 34-11 A number of scientists have published articles global warming, stating that there is no solid scientific evidence to support the theory that the Earth is warming because of increases in greenhouse gases. A debunking · · · categorically B rejecting · · · paradoxically C deploring · · · optimistically D dismissing · · · hesitantly E proving · · · candidly 34-12 The senator’s attempt to convince the public that she is not interested in running for a second term is as as her opponent’s attempt to disguise his intention to run against her. A biased B unsuccessful C inadvertent D indecisive E remote 34-13 MacCrory’s conversation was : she could never tell a story, chiefly because she always forgot it, and she was never guilty of a witticism, unless by accident. A scintillating B unambiguous C perspicuous D stultifying E facetious 34-14 Despite its many , the whole-language philosophy of teaching reading con- tinues to gain among educators.
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 12 A detractors · · · notoriety B adherents · · · prevalence C critics · · · currency D enthusiasts · · · popularity E practitioners · · · credibility 34-15 That she was rock climbing did not diminish her to join her friends on a rock-climbing expedition. A attracted to · · · eagerness B timid about · · · reluctance C fearful of · · · determination D curious about · · · aspiration E knowledgeable about · · · hope 34-16 Data concerning the effects on a small population of high concentrations of a po- tentially hazardous chemical are frequently used to the effects on a large population of lower amounts of the same chemical. A verify B redress C predict D realize E augment 34-17 Conceptually, it is hard to reconcile a defense attorney’s to ensure that false testimony is not knowingly put forward with the attorney’s mandate to mount the most defense conceivable for the client. A efforts · · · cautious B duty · · · powerful C inability · · · eloquent D failure · · · diversified E promises · · · informed 34-18 The term modern has always been used broadly by historians, and recent re- ports indicate that its meaning has become more than ever.
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 34.2 13 A precise B pejorative C revisionist D acceptable E amorphous 34-19 He would no argument, and to this end he enjoined us to . A brook · · · silence B acknowledge · · · neglect C broach · · · abstinence D fathom · · · secrecy E tolerate · · · defiance 34-20 Originally, most intellectual criticism of mass culture was in character, be- ing based on the assumption that the wider the appeal, the more the product.
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