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QUESTION: 1

Science advances (i)____ as (ii)____ change abruptly and we are forced to stop and reorient ourselves to view old information in new ways.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

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QUESTION: 2

Science advances (i)____ as (ii)____ change abruptly and we are forced to stop and reorient ourselves to view old information in new ways.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

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QUESTION: 3

The game of chess is an example of a ___ information system: the pieces sit inertly on the board until the players move them according to known rules.

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QUESTION: 4

A highly intelligent person often thinks (i)____; a few snippets of information can trigger a (ii)____ conclusion that might not stand up to closer, and (iii)____, scrutiny.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

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QUESTION: 5

A highly intelligent person often thinks (i)____; a few snippets of information can trigger a (ii)____ conclusion that might not stand up to closer, and (iii)____, scrutiny.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

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QUESTION: 6

A highly intelligent person often thinks (i)____; a few snippets of information can trigger a (ii)____ conclusion that might not stand up to closer, and (iii)____, scrutiny.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (iii)

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QUESTION: 7

Major philosophical (i)____ about morality, identity and rationality, for example, can often be (ii)____ by thought experiments: short and simple expositions that pose an abstract and complex problem in a concrete manner with all the (iii)____ factors removed.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

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QUESTION: 8

Major philosophical (i)____ about morality, identity and rationality, for example, can often be (ii)____ by thought experiments: short and simple expositions that pose an abstract and complex problem in a concrete manner with all the (iii)____ factors removed.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

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QUESTION: 9

Major philosophical (i)____ about morality, identity and rationality, for example, can often be (ii)____ by thought experiments: short and simple expositions that pose an abstract and complex problem in a concrete manner with all the (iii)____ factors removed.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (iii)

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QUESTION: 10

All good comic writers use humor to ____, not to side-step the problems of human behavior.

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QUESTION: 11

Taking antibiotics for a viral infection may, it is true, be ____ ; however, in certain cases a course of these drugs can actually ward off opportunistic bacterial infections.

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QUESTION: 12

An artist's preliminary sketches are often a ____of a subject; on the basis of these sketches the artist makes a decision on his or her approach to the final painting.

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QUESTION: 13

The revolution in art has not lost its steam; it ____ on as fiercely as ever.

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QUESTION: 14

Each occupation has its own ____ ; bankers, lawyers and computer professionals, for example, all use among themselves language which outsiders have difficulty following.

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QUESTION: 15

___ by nature, Jones spoke very little even to his own family members.

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