A censuring B dismissing C minimizing D eulogizing E lambasting 陈 琦 GRE � 空 基 础

A censuring b dismissing c minimizing d eulogizing e

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A. censuring B. dismissing C. minimizing D. eulogizing E. lambasting
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陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套 166 琦 叔 团 队 倾 情 奉 献 F. exposing 19-13 Commercial trade in endangered species of whales was suspended globally in 1986, but this _____ may end for some species. A. restitution B. proliferation C. fluctuation D. boom E. moratorium F. respite 19-14 The city council`s unanimous rejection of a proposal so critical to the mayor`s agenda was a shocking _____ for the mayor, because she had fully expected the council`s _____. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. setback D. apathy B. victory E. support C. advance F. opposition 19-15 The actor`s reputation as a _____ public figure suffered after an embarrassing personal incident made him more _____ than illustrious. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. serious D. notorious B. distinguished E. innovative C. predictable F. respected 19-16 Because their previous supervisor had been especially _____ and understanding, the staff members were _____ the authoritarian style of the new director. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. fervent D. buoyed by B. cynical E. put off by C. lenient F. supportive of 19-17 The city`s _____ atmosphere resulted from its location at the crossroads of trade routes used by merchants of many nations. A. transnational B. cosmopolitan C. homogeneous D. insular E. unaffected F. provincial
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陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套 167 琦 叔 团 队 倾 情 奉 献 19-18 Newscasts are routinely filled with such sensational stories that the public is seldom _____ by even the most _____ revelations. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. uplifted D. mundane B. demoralized E. sordid C. appalled F. lurid 19-19 During the 1950s, talented African American actresses like Dorothy Dandridge were often _____, relegated to playing mostly stereotypical roles. A. downplayed B. inspired C. protected D. marginalized E. lauded F. acclaimed 19-20 Amanita bisporigera, a variety of destroying angel mushroom, is so ____ that it can be ____ if consumed. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. beautiful D. tasty B. poisonous E. deadly C. scarce F. nutritious 19-21 The politician was a ____ speaker whose debating skills were admired even by the ____ she outwitted. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. clever D. voters B. bashful E. advisers C. good-hearted F. opponents 19-22 Michiko Shoda was not of noble rank when she married into the Japanese imperial family: she was the first ____ to do so. A. plebeian B. nobleman C. commoner D. imposter E. investor F. aristocrat
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陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套 168 琦 叔 团 队 倾 情 奉 献 19-23 After years of taking art history courses and visiting museums, Ed considered himself a true ____ of fine art. A. censor B. guardian C. custoidan D. connoisseur E. simulator F. specialist 19-24The candidate ____ the media’s charge of political inexperience by citing his broad background in both local and state government. A. reiterated B. rebutted C. confuted D. conflated E. disregarded F. overlooked 19-25 As reformers, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X each sought to ____ social injustice by distinctly different means.
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