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For the control of the deadly brain disease in cows BSEsurveillance is being sprular up in Canada, but the US claims to be testing enough cattle already to —- the risk. A assert B assess C consult D exceed E discourage 8. In Kuwait, foreign companies are presently taxed at 55 per cent of profits, whereas the Kuwaitis themselves pay —- or —- tax depending on their status.
Slow-motion photography can reveal things that happen —- fast for the human eye to see. A more B as C than D too E such He —- in a line of work that was dependent solely on his ability to win the trust of others, and one in which very close relationships —- necessary. The term “radical”, in politics, refers to anyone with opinions —- extreme —- the main current of a country’s major political party or parties.
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The building of the Toshka canal in Egypt was carefully planned —. A if the inlet starts at a point 8 km north of Toshka bay B as the mistakes made in earlier canals had proved costly C as if the desert could become green D until the amount of water required was agreed on E that wealthy investors could easily be found There has been a decrease in deaths from motor vehicle crashes over recent years, —.
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E Individuals in different positions, with different interests and attributes, will obviously disagree about what is the fair distribution of resources and rewards. A The crippling of Ghana ‘s economy is the result of the fluctuating gold prices as gold is the country’s primary source of foreign exchange. B As gold is still Ghana ‘s largest source of foreign exchange, the country’s economy is being badly affected by the fluctuating price of gold.
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For them, if the stars are bright, they look forward to a normal rainy season; if dim, to a late, sparse one. A One must remember, however, that weather lore does not travel well B In Uganda, increases in overnight temperatures traditionally presage rain two weeks later C One famous saying runs: Cloning could be crucial when a species is threatened with extinction.
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Recently a great deal of research has been carried out on the benefits of marriage. On average, married people are healthier and have lower mortality rates than single, divorced or separated people. Moreover, they suffer from less anxiety, depression and other mental soruar. These findings apply to both sexes. A Formal marriage usually involves a higher degree of personal commitment B This claim is still widely repeated C Several research projects show that kpdd also benefit D This means that serious violence among married couples is fairly uncommon E Their lives are more regular and secure and they engage in fewer harmful activities Contemporary computer systems have both advantages and disadvantages.
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