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himself as well as at his unnamed foes. A accusatory B altruistic C mournful D simplistic E humble 35-4 In her love the sea is symbol: to the narrator it clearly represents everything that is destructive in nature, but at other times it seems to stand for everything in nature that is serenely beautiful. A an enduring B an ambiguous C a coherent D an obtrusive E a discrete 35-5 Despite their extensive efforts to determine the mode of oil , scientists still have not the process by which oil is produced. A dispersion · · · excluded B synthesis · · · rejected C creation · · · investigated D recovery · · · condoned E genesis · · · established 35-6 Compared with their parties, politicians are : they are considerably less en- during than the organizations in which they function. A ubiquitous B autonomous C fickle D immutable E transitory
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 35.2 17 35-7 Chavez’ account of her supervisors’ decision making belies the agency’s im- age as little more than bureaucracy. A cautious · · · a staid B ill-informed · · · a disorganized C reckless · · · an incompetent D systematic · · · a methodical E headlong · · · a timorous 35-8 The cause of the disease is fairly simple and has been understood for over a century; by contrast, its symptoms and effects are . A straightforward B illuminating C severe D well researched E perplexing 35-9 Throughout the artist’s work there runs a thread of psychic darkness strong enough to unnerve the most added sensibility: even her drawings from the comparatively months of her visit to Rome violence secrecy, and despair. A tranquil · · · emanate B morbid · · · convey C languid · · · eschew D disturbed · · · express E felicitous · · · shun 35-10 Even among the staid, unemotional denominations of the 1830s and 1840s, the re- newal of religious fervor and the necessity of competing with more clerics inevitably led to a greater ministerial showmanship. A charismatic · · · cultivation of B reserved · · · attraction to C well-known · · · disdain for D conservative · · · appeal for E empathetic · · · distrust of
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陈琦 GRE 填空强化 36 18 35-11 Tuberculosis has long been and disease: for thousands of years, it has continued to afflict humankind without regard for sex, class, occupation, or race. A an unremitting · · · selective B an unpredictable · · · limitable C a sporadic · · · capricious D a relentless · · · egalitarian E a virulent · · · preventable 35-12 He found his new acquaintance to be : trying to understand her personality was like peering into an unknown dimension. A puerile B imperturbable C cosmopolitan D inscrutable E obdurate 35-13 The writer has gained such popularity with his readers that even his inanities are now considered . A vacuous B tedious C speculative D allusive E trenchant 35-14 The biographer’s intense emotional involvement with his subject did not objectivity, since the passionate engagement fostered deep knowledge that was ultimately necessary for truly judgment.
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