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Directions for question nos. 1-6: Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate option that follows:
1. The defense proposes to show that the incident that the prosecution so___________ rejects
as_________did indeed take place.
A. blithely, undesirable B. cavalierly, apocryphal
C. vehemently, factual D. persuasively, pointless
E. convincingly, inevitable
2. Not just the absence of _______________, but also the presence of ________________ and honesty
is required to bind up the nation’s wound.
A. retribution, camaraderie B. guilt, religion
C. crime, religion D. love, austerity
E. recrimination, insight
3. In many cases in physics, one has to deal simultaneously with collective and single-particle
excitations of the system. The collective excitations are usually bosonic in nature while the
single-particle excitations are often fermionic. One is therefore led to consider a system which
includes bosons and fermions. Hence, _________________
Which of the following options is most likely to follow the paragraph given above?
A. in this book, we discuss application of bosonic particles and their consequences on physics.
B. in this book, we discuss applications of a general algebraic theory of mixed Bose- Fermi
systems to atomic nuclei.
C. in this book, we discuss excitations of collective and single particles separately.
D. in this book, we prove how collective excitations are bosonic and singular excitation are
E. in this book, we prove that collective and singular excitation cannot exist together