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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of ... companies are incapable of building products based on traditional and folk knowledge. Traditional and folk knowledge cannot be protected by patents.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of ... Unlike new technology products, knowledge and techniques for resource management are not amenable to simple market transactions. All of the above.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of ... way of protecting their intellectual property. give credibility to the innovations made by MNCs in the field of pharmaceuticals and agriculture.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of biotechnology ... pests and diseases. Reforms in patent laws and user compensation against crop failures would be needed to address new technology problems.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of ... Encourage domestic firms to patent their innovations. Make provisions in the law for user compensation against failure of newly developed varieties.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere ... complementary role of public-and private-sector research. that knowledge repositories are primarily the scientific community and its academic publications.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The current debate on TRIPs in India- as indeed elsewhere- echoes wider concerns about privatisation' of research and allowing a free field for MNCs in the sphere of ... domain of public sector research institutions. the public and other companies must have free access to such fundamental breakthroughs in research.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was propelled by the ... and an open symbolism. Many artists have found it difficult to fuse the twin principles of the metaphysical and the painterly.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was ... the Kandinsky-Klee school is an example. The double-edged nature of abstractionism which enabled identification with mystically-oriented schools.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was propelled ... nature's cyclical renewal. use of non-representational images. emphasis on arrangement of forms. limited reliance on original models.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was propelled by ... symbols. An adherence to the symbolic while aspiring to the mystical. Usage of the images of gods or similar symbols.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was ... images. managed to obtain internationalist support for the abstractionist agenda. was emancipation from the dogmas of the nascent nation state.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was propelled by ... practices. Abstractionists have been unable to use the multiplicity of forms now becoming available to an artist. All of the above.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The situation is further complicated in India by the circumstances in which an indigenous abstractionism came into prominence here during the 1960s. From the beginning it was propelled by ... that any society needs to move forward. It helps abstractionists invoke the wistful, delicate beauty that may exist in society.
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval Research ... idea, compared to the magneto-resistance approach. Non-volatile Electronics is the company set up to commercialise the GMR chips.
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval Research Laboratory ( ... of a logic gate. working of a magneto-resistance based chip. working of a magneto tunnelling-junction (MTJ) based chip.
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval Research ... chip that can both store and manipulate information, is being pursued by Paul Freitas Stuart Parkin Gary Prinz None of these
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval ... of the magnetic memory. magnetising the elements either clockwise or anti-clockwise. measuring the current that flows through the sandwich.
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval Research Laboratory ... of aluminium oxide barriers. the need to develop more reliable and far smaller magnetic memory chips. all of the above.
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval ... directions. two aluminium-oxide barriers are polarised in the same direction. two aluminium-oxide barriers are polarised in opposite directions
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The passage given below is followed by questions. Choose the best answer for each question. Two different approaches, based on different magnetic phenomena, are being pursued. The first, being investigated by Gary Prinz and his colleagues at the Naval Research Laboratory ( ... magnetic chip using a layer of aluminium oxide. a capacitor. a vertical pillar of magnetised material. a matrix of wires.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes ... are introduced. Both lead to deserts' in the space of only one generation. Both are tools introduced by outsiders entering existing communities.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay ... for subsistence allowance from the County Board for the poor among the bereaved. grief processing needs tools certified by universities and medical centres.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes ... of wheat. Reservations in which native Indians were resettled. Absence of, and emptiness in, community kinship and relationships. All of the above.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes upon ... desert immediately next to lush forests. it was rich cultivable land left fallow for centuries. it could be easily tilled with iron plows.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes upon ... treatment for the community. a kin of the bereaved helping him/her handle grief. a formally trained person helping the bereaved handle grief.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes upon their ... due to the disappearance of community mourners. She has been working with people who have settled for a long time in the Great Desert.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. Sauk County, Wisconsin is the part of that prairie where I have a home. It is named after the Sauk Indians. In 1673, Father Marquette was the first European to lay his eyes upon ... the bereaved cope with grief. the Sauk Indian Chief leading the community with rituals and rites to help lessen the grief of the bereaved.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking ... the North Indian classical tradition. North Indian classical music is orally transmitted while Western classical music depends on written down notations
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking intricacies of ... mundane music. the conversion of free-flowing ragas into stilted set pieces. its failure to produce any noteworthy student or performer.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking intricacies of ... composer over his music product is unambiguous. The power of the Western classical music composer extends to the expression of his music.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking intricacies of ... makes the music no one's property. values the composer more highly than the performer. supports oral transmission of traditional music.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking ... complex structures without the help of written marks. the ability of an illiterate person to narrate grand and intricate musical compositions
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often ... continuance of an ancient tradition. transporting North Indian classical music across geographical borders. capturing the transient moment of oral transmission.
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The passage given below is followed by a question. Choose the best answer. The teaching and transmission of North Indian classical music is, and long has been, achieved by largely oral means. The raga and its structure, the often breathtaking intricacies ... medium between the music teacher and the trainee. written down notation sheets of musical compositions. conductor's baton and the orchestra.
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A, B, C are three numbers. [email protected] (A, B) = average of A and B, / (A, B) = product of A and B, and X (A, B) = the result of dividing A by B Average of A, B and C is given by (1)@(/(@(/(B, A), 2), C), 3) (2)X(@(/(@(B, A), 3), C), 2) (3)/(@(X(@(B, A), 2), C), 3) (4)/(X(@(/(@(B, A), 2), C), 3), 2)
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Answer the following question based on the information given below. For real numbers x, y, let f(x, y) = Positive square-root of (x + y), if (x + y)$^{0.5}$ is real = (x + y)$^2$, otherwise g(x, y) = (x + y)$^2$, if (x + y)$^{0.5}$ is real = - ... conditions is f(x, y) necessarily greater than g(x, y)? Both x and y are less than -1 Both x and y are positive Both x and y are negative y > x