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M.phil.English 2010

M.phil.English 2010

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answer.
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need
to
worry.
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get
to the
stafion
longbefore
thetrain
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as
we
have
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lots
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n
(c)
logs
tr
(d)
blocks
2,
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dosnt
have
a
rornantic
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loqla
up-
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leaves
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to
grow,
slghs and
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tere
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n
n
tr
n
(a)
onsUtution(b)
disposition
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instthrtion
(d)
position
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dismi:ssed
tre
idea
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fiear
offalling out
with
hlm.
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phrase
*falling
out
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above means
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pleasing
(b)
displeasing
(c)
appeasing
(d)
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bll
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sometimes,
dont
we?'.
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phrase
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white
lie'
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good
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State John
Marshall
Chief
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States.
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weeks
ago,
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appointed
the
Seqetary of
Sbte
JohnMarshall,Chief Justice
of
the
UnitedStates.
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weeks ago,Adams
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the
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man
who
when
you
ask
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you.
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you.
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7
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number
of
people
enjoy reading murder
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rub,
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people
are not
themseh/€s
murderers, nor
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these
peo*
really
wer
enjoy
seeing
someone
commlt
an
adual
murder, nor would
most
of
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acfi.rally
enjoy
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to
sofue
an
actual
mulds.
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probably
enjoy
reading murdermysteries
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of
'Ur[
reason:
they
have
found
away
to'escape
ftomthe
monotonous,boring
rouUne
of
dull
everyday
exisfrence.
7.
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tte
folloMng
propositions
b
true?
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peopb
red
murder rnfstertes
ocasionally.
!
(b)
Only
people
who
never
commit
mur&r,
like
to
read
murder
mysteries.
tr
(c)
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large number
of
people
findUE
every<lay
routinedult,boring
andmonotonous.
n
(d)
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number
of
people
wfll
rrever
seesomeo{EcornmiHing murder.
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