# Recent questions tagged cat2020-set1

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In the late $1960s$, while studying the northern-elephant-seal population along the coasts of Mexico and California, Burney Le Boeuf and his colleagues couldn't help but notice that the threat calls of males at some sites sounded different from ... cookeries. the calls of male northern elephant seals in the southern rookeries have more sophisticated structures, containing doublets and triplets.
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In the late $1960s$, while studying the northern-elephant-seal population along the coasts of Mexico and California, Burney Le Boeuf and his colleagues couldn't help but notice that the threat calls of males at some sites sounded different from those of males ... . Besides Isla Guadalupe, there was one more surviving colony with the same average male call tempo from which no migration took place
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In the late $1960s$, while studying the northern-elephant-seal population along the coasts of Mexico and California, Burney Le Boeuf and his colleagues couldn't help but notice that the threat calls of males at some sites sounded different from ... complex composition, less individual variety, and great regional variety to simple composition, less individual variety, and great regional variety.
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In the late $1960s$, while studying the northern-elephant-seal population along the coasts of Mexico and California, Burney Le Boeuf and his colleagues couldn't help but notice that the threat calls of males at some sites sounded different from those of males ... at Isla Guadalupe changes in population and migration had no effect on the call pulse rate of individual male northern elephant seals.
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Vocabulary used in speech or writing organizes itself in seven parts of speech (eight, if you count interjections such as Oh! and Gosh! and Fuhgeddaboudit!). Communication composed of these parts of speech must be organized by rules of grammar upon which we agree. ... to avoid the use of rhetoric. The availability of language software that will standardise the rules of grammar as an aid to writers
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Vocabulary used in speech or writing organizes itself in seven parts of speech (eight, if you count interjections such as Oh! and Gosh! and Fuhgeddaboudit!). Communication composed of these parts of speech must be organized by rules of grammar upon which we agree. When these ... people with the same sports equipment is a sports team. Take any vegetable, put some spices in it, and you have a dish.
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Vocabulary used in speech or writing organizes itself in seven parts of speech (eight, if you count interjections such as Oh! and Gosh! and Fuhgeddaboudit!). Communication composed of these parts of speech must be organized by rules of grammar upon which we agree. ... relation. "Grammar Police" is a metaphor for critics who focus on linguistic rules. sentences do not always have to be complete.
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Vocabulary used in speech or writing organizes itself in seven parts of speech (eight, if you count interjections such as Oh! and Gosh! and Fuhgeddaboudit!). Communication composed of these parts of speech must be organized by rules of grammar upon which we agree. When these ... a row, but simple sentences provide a path you can follow when you fear getting lost in the tangles of rhetoric$\dots$"
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Vocabulary used in speech or writing organizes itself in seven parts of speech (eight, if you count interjections such as Oh! and Gosh! and Fuhgeddaboudit!). Communication composed of these parts of speech must be organized by rules of grammar upon which we ... writers tend to be more attentive to method and accuracy. It has been observed that writers sometimes disregard the rules of rhetoric.
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Few realise that the government of China, governing an empire of some $60$ million people during the Tang dynasty $(618-907),$ implemented a complex financial system that recognised grain, coins and textiles as money$\dots$ Coins dis have certain ... as currency. it is undergoing transformation. its currencies fluctuate in value over time. it uses different currencies for different situations.
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Few realise that the government of China, governing an empire of some $60$ million people during the Tang dynasty $(618-907),$ implemented a complex financial system that recognised grain, recognisable and provided a convenient medium of exchange, especially for ... textiles. Currency usage was similar to that of modern times. Grains were the most used currency because of government requirements.
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Few realise that the government of China, governing an empire of some $60$ million people during the Tang dynasty $(618-907),$ implemented a complex financial system that recognised grain, recognisable and provided a convenient medium of exchange, ... steady" and "stable" to indicate all of the following EXCEPT: reliable transportation. reliable supply. reliable measurements. reliable quality
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Few realise that the government of China, governing an empire of some $60$ million people during the Tang dynasty $(618-907),$ implemented a complex financial system that recognised grain, recognisable and provided a convenient medium of exchange, especially for smaller transactions. ... by the government to make the payment. Cutting one$-$eigth of the fabric from a new bolt to pay the amount.
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The word anarchy' comes from the Greek anarkhia, meaning contrary to authority or without a ruler, and was used in a derogatory sense until $1840$, when it was adopted by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon to describe his political and social ideology. Proudhon argued that ... new ruling class rode to power on the strength of the workers' revolutionary anger, but then turned to oppress that very class.
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The word anarchy' comes from the Greek anarkhia, meaning contrary to authority or without a ruler, and was used in a derogatory sense until $1840$, when it was adopted by Pierre$-$Joseph Proudhon to describe his political and social ideology. Proudhon argued that ... on the moral principles of altruism; but the latter conceive of the market as a force too mystical for the former to comprehend.
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The word anarchy' comes from the Greek anarkhia, meaning contrary to authority or without a ruler, and was used in a derogatory sense until $1840$, when it was adopted by Pierre$-$Joseph Proudhon to describe his political and social ideology. Proudhon ... autonomy of the individual. For anarchists, the state is the enemy because all states apply violence and terror to maintain their control.
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The word anarchy' comes from the Greek anarkhia, meaning contrary to authority or without a ruler, and was used in a derogatory sense until $1840$, when it was adopted by Pierre$-$Joseph Proudhon to describe his political and social ideology. Proudhon ... , State, Strike, Egoism. Revolution, State, Protection, Liberals Anarchism, State, Individual, Freedom. Anarchism, Betrayal, Power, State.
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The word anarchy' comes from the Greek anarkhia, meaning contrary to authority or without a ruler, and was used in a derogatory sense until $1840$, when it was adopted by Pierre$-$Joseph Proudhon to describe his political and social ideology. Proudhon ... , State, Strike, Egoism. Revolution, State, Protection, Liberals Anarchism, State, Individual, Freedom. Anarchism, Betrayal, Power, State.
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The four sentences (labelled $1,2,3,4$) below, when properly sequenced would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer: Relying on ... tales contextualized, by probing beneath the narrative of verbatim, original$-$language records and exploring the connotations of highly words and phrases.
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Five jumbled up sentences, related to a topic, are given below. Four of them can be put together to form a coherent paragraph. Identify the odd one out and key in the number of the sentence as your answer: Talk was the most common way for enslaved men and ... it, yet feared its power to bind and inspire$-$for, as everyone knew, oaths, whispers, and secret conversations bred conspiracy and revolt.
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The four sentences (labelled $\text{A, B, C, D})$ below, when properly sequenced would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer: Tensions ... both continuity and profound changes. These concerns cause states from outside the region to take an active interest in South East Asian security.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. As Soviet power declined, the world became to some extent multipolar, and Europe strove to define an independent identity. What a journey ... . Europe has chosen to lower political and economic heterogeneity, in order to adapt itself to an emerging multi$-$polar world.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. For years, movies and television series like Crime Scene Investigation $\text{(CSI)}$ paint an unrealistic picture of ... life also. Voice recognition has started to feature prominently in crime-scene intelligence investigations because of movies and television series.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. For nearly a century most psychologists have embraced one view of intelligence. Individuals are born with more or less ... which what is inherited. Biologists have criticised that conventional wisdom that individuals are born with more or less intelligence potential.
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Five jumbled up sentences, related to a topic, are given below. Four of them can be put together to form a coherent paragraph. Identify the odd one out and key in the number of the sentence as your answer: For feminists, the question of how we ... of reading begins with the realization that the literary canon is androcentric, and that this has a profoundly damaging effect on women readers.
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The four sentences (labelled $1,2,3,4$) below, when properly sequenced would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer: Man has used poisons ... made in good faith, they contained no means of control, and so failed to prevent interested parties from developing and using biological weapons.
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The local office of the $\text{APP-CAB}$ company evaluates the performance of five cab drivers, Arun, Barun, Chandan, Damodaran, and Eman for their monthly payment based on ratings in five different parameters $(\text{P1}$ and $\text{P5})$ as given below: $\text{P1}$: timely arrival ... Damodaran does not get a bonus, what is the maximum possible value of his final rating? $3.8$ $3.4$ $3.6$ $3.2$
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The local office of the $\text{AA-CAB}$ company evaluates the performance of five cab drivers, Arun, Barun, Chandan, Damodaran, and Eman for their monthly payment based on ratings in five different parameters $(\text{P1}$ and $\text{P5})$ as given below: $\text{P1}$: timely arrival ... . If Eman gets a bonus, what is the minimum possible value of his final rating? $3.0$ $3.2$ $2.8$ $3.4$
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The local office of the $\text{AA-CAB}$ company evaluates the performance of five cab drivers, Arun, Barun, Chandan, Damodaran, and Eman for their monthly payment based on ratings in five different parameters $(\text{P1}$ and $\text{P5})$ as given below: $\text{P1}$: ... get bonus, what is the minimum possible value of the monthly payment (in rupees) that a driver gets? $1740$ $1600$ $1700$ $1750$
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The local office of the $\text{AA-CAB}$ company evaluates the performance of five cab drivers, Arun, Barun, Chandan, Damodaran, and Eman for their monthly payment based on ratings in five different parameters $(\text{P1}$ and $\text{P5})$ as given below: $\text{P1}$: ... got bonus, what is the maximum possible value of the monthly payment (in rupees) that a driver gets? $1960$ $1950$ $1900$ $2050$
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Ten musicians $\text{(A, B, C, D, E, F, F, G, H, I, and J})$ are experts in at least one of the following three percussion instruments: table, mridangam, and ghatam. Among them, three are experts in tabla but not in mridangam or ghatam, another three are experts in mridangam ... $\text{C}$ $\text{H}$ $\text{A}$ $\text{F}$
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Ten musicians $\text{(A, B, C, D, E, F, F, G, H, I, and J})$ are experts in at least one of the following three percussion instruments: table, mridangam, and ghatam. Among them, three are experts in tabla but not in mridangam or ghatam, another three are experts in mridangam ... $\text{B}$ $\text{G}$ $\text{J}$ $\text{E}$
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Ten musicians $\text{(A, B, C, D, E, F, F, G, H, I, and J})$ are experts in at least one of the following three percussion instruments: table, mridangam, and ghatam. Among them, three are experts in tabla but not in mridangam or ghatam, another three are experts in mridangam but not in table or ... $\text{B}$ $\text{C}$ and $\text{F}$ $\text{C}$ and $\text{E}$ $\text{F}$ and $\text{G}$
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Ten musicians $\text{(A, B, C, D, E, F, F, G, H, I, and J})$ are experts in at least one of the following three percussion instruments: table, mridangam, and ghatam. Among them, three are experts in tabla but not in mridangam or ghatam, another three are experts in mridangam but not in table or ghatam, ... $\text{C, G}$ and $\text{H}$ $\text{E, G}$ and $\text{H}$ $\text{E, F}$ and $\text{H}$
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Four institutes, $\text{A, B, C,}$ and $\text{D}$, had contracts with four vendors $\text{W, X, Y,}$ and $\text{Z}$ during the ten calendar years from $2010$ to $2019$. The contracts were either multi-year contracts running for several consecutive years or single- ... did not have any contract in $2010$. In which of the following years were there two or more contracts? $2018$ $2017$ $2015$ $2016$
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Four institutes, $\text{A, B, C,}$ and $\text{D}$, had contracts with four vendors $\text{W, X, Y,}$ and $\text{Z}$ during the ten calendar years from $2010$ to $2019$. The contracts were either multi-year contracts running for several consecutive years or single-year contracts. No ... $\text{B}$ had a contract with $\text{Y}$ in $2019$ $\text{B}$ had a contract with $\text{Z}$ in $2017$
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Four institutes, $\text{A, B, C,}$ and $\text{D}$, had contracts with four vendors $\text{W, X, Y,}$ and $\text{Z}$ during the ten calendar years from $2010$ to $2019$. The contracts were either multi-year contracts running for several consecutive years or single-year ... $2010$. In how many years during this period was there only one contract? $4$ $2$ $3$ $5$
Four institutes, $\text{A, B, C,}$ and $\text{D}$, had contracts with four vendors $\text{W, X, Y,}$ and $\text{Z}$ during the ten calendar years from $2010$ to $2019$. The contracts were either multi-year contracts running for several consecutive years or single-year ... What $\text{BEST}$ can be concluded about the number of contracts in $2010$? exactly $4$ at least $4$ exactly $3$ at least $3$
Four institutes, $\text{A, B, C,}$ and $\text{D}$, had contracts with four vendors $\text{W, X, Y,}$ and $\text{Z}$ during the ten calendar years from $2010$ to $2019$. The contracts were either multi-year contracts running for several consecutive years or single-year contracts. No institute ... year? $\text{B}$ and $\text{C}$ only $\text{A}$ only $\text{B}$ only $\text{A}$ and $\text{B}$ only