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    Dr Raju- Database for March 5th

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    1. Squall

    2. Inept

    3. Garbled

    4. Refractory

    5. Smirk

    6. Resilience

    7. Intriguing

    8. Qurush

    9. Temerity

    10. Cacophonous

    11. Impeachable


    Analogies:

    1. Cacophonous: harmony

    2. Impeachable: blame

    3. Friction: oil



    Argument Topic:

    1. The following appeared in a memo from the owner of Green Thumb Gardening Center, a small business serving a suburban town. "There is evidence that consumers are becoming more and more interested in growing their own vegetables. A national survey conducted last month indicated that many consumers were dissatisfied with the quality of fresh vegetables available in supermarkets. And locally, the gardening magazine GreatGardens has sold out at the Village News stand three months in a row. Thus, we at Green Thumb Gardening Center can increase our profits by greatly expanding the variety of vegetable seeds we stock for gardeners this coming spring."

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    March 6th

    1. Torpor

    2. Esteem

    3. Occluded

    4. Inveterate

    5. Succinct

    6. Rant

    7. Inept

    8. Recalcitrant

    9. Cession

    10. Congeal

    11. Contrite

    12. Saboteur

    13. Obscured



    Analogies:

    1. Obscured: Recognize

    2. Pore: membrane

    3. Actor: Playwright

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    March 9th

    1. Ineluctable

    2. Grueling

    3. Saboteur

    4. Satiated

    5. Esoteric

    6. Quislings

    7. Inveterate

    8. Roil

    9. Imprudent

    10. Schism

    11. Cameo

    12. Persnickety

    13. Stricture

    14. Ascetic

    15. Drench

    16. Mishap


    Analogies:

    1. Drench: Wet

    2. Mishap: accident


    Issue Topic:

    1. "The purpose of science is to reassure and that of art is to upset".

    2. Now-a- days people choose their career on the basis of economy, money and job opportunities in future rather than talent, skill and interest.

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    March 11th

    1. Morbid

    2. Renounce

    3. Hale

    4. Priggish

    5. Labyrinth

    6. Stoical

    7. Intrigue

    8. Gregarious

    9. Inexplicable

    10. Crutch


    Analogies:

    1. Fir: Tree

    2. School: Education

    3. Crutch: Walk


    Issue Topic:

    1. Technologies not only influence but actually determine social customs and ethics.

    2. Arts are necessary to bring a better society.

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    March 13th

    1. Pliant

    2. Hidebound

    3. Parsimonious

    4. Garbled

    5. Commotion

    6. Plethora

    7. Occluded

    8. Stricture

    9. Skullduggery

    10. Articulate

    11. Chatter

    12. Flit


    Analogies:

    1. Articulate: Unclear

    2. Chatter: speaking

    3. Flit: Walk


    Issue Topic:

    1. "When research priorities are being set for science, education, or any other area, the most important question to consider is: How many people's lives will be improved if the results are successful?"

    2. "The study of an academic discipline alters the way we perceive the world. After studying the discipline, we see the same world as before, but with different eyes."

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    Mar 16th

    1. Halfhearted

    2. Dissolvable

    3. Court

    4. Yoke

    5. Supercilious

    6. Pliable

    7. Quell

    8. Shirk

    9. Harebrained

    10. Gratuitous

    11. Ballad


    Analogies:

    1. Gratuitous: Justification

    2. Song: Ballad


    Issue Topic:

    1. Most of the people choose their career based on the salary, feasibility of obtaining job. Hardly we can find anyone choosing their career based on their natural talents.

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    Mar 17th
    1. Parsimonius

    2. Emancipate

    3. Obscure

    4. Adjudicator

    5. Hardy

    6. Referee

    7. Adhere

    8. Gainsay

    9. Sanctum

    10. Hoary


    Analogies:

    1. Sanctum : Noisy

    2. Hoary: Old


    Issue Topic:

    1. No matter what the situation, it is more harmful to compromise one's beliefs than to adhere to
    them."

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    Mar 18th

    1. Pliant

    2. Hankering

    3. Patulousness

    4. Lag

    5. Endeavor

    6. Ponderous

    7. Stoic

    8. Indolent

    9. Hidebound


    Analogies:

    1. Mosaic: Tile

    2. Hidebound: Innovative


    Issue Topic:

    1. "Students should bring a certain skepticism to whatever they study. They should question what they are taught instead of accepting it passively."

    2. "Education will be truly effective only when it is specifically designed to meet the individual needs and interests of each student."



    Argument Topic:


    1. The following appeared as part of a memo from the manager of an automobile manufacturing company. "Because the demand for our automobiles is expected to increase dramatically, we need to open a new manufacturing plant as soon as possible in order to continue to thrive. Our marketing projections indicate that 80 million people will want to buy our automobiles, yet our existing plant can only produce 40 million automobiles. The new plant can be opened on a part-time basis, with workers from our existing site rotating responsibilities, until an operational staff can be trained. A major airplane manufacturer was extremely successful using this part-time rotating strategy when it opened its new plant five years ago."

    2. The following appeared as an editorial in a wildlife journal.
    "Arctic deer live on islands in Canada's arctic region. They search for food by moving over ice from island to island during the course of a year. Their habitat is limited to areas warm enough to sustain the plants on which they feed, and cold enough, at least some of the year, for the ice to cover the sea separating the islands, allowing the deer to travel over it. Unfortunately, according to reports from local hunters, the deer populations are declining. Since these reports coincide with recent global warming trends that have caused the sea ice to melt, we can conclude that the decline in arctic deer populations is the result of deer being unable to follow their age-old migration patterns across the frozen sea."

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    Mar 20th

    1. Fledgling

    2. Hardy

    3. Squalid

    4. Torpor

    5. Proficient

    6. Emancipate

    7. Sedulous

    8. Excoriate

    9. Fretwork

    10. Obdurate

    11. Trite

    12. Mollify

    13. Proofread

    14. Analgesic


    Analogies:

    1. Mollify: pain

    2. Proofread: document

    3. Analgesic: Pain


    ARGUMENT TOPIC:

    1. The following appeared in a proposal from the economic minister of the country of Paraterra. "In order to strengthen its lagging economy, last year the government of the nearby country of Bellegea began an advertising campaign to promote ecologically sound tourism (ecotourism). This year, the number of foreign visitors arriving at Bellegea's main airport doubled, and per capita income in Bellegea increased by ten percent. To provide more income for the population of Paraterra and also preserve the natural environment of our tiny country, we too should begin to promote ecotourism. To ensure that our advertising campaign is successful, we should hire the current director of Bellegea's National Tourism Office as a consultant for the campaign."

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    Mar 23rd
    1.Patent

    2.Hale

    3.Abstruse

    4.Hankering

    5.Labyrinth

    6.Ostracize

    7.Voracious

    8.Morbid

    9.Endeavor

    10.Alias

    11.Callow

    12.Lag

    13.Priggish

    14.Imperceptible

    15.Pseudonym

    Analogies:

    1.Imperceptible: Detection

    2.Pseudonym: Original

    Issue Topic:

    1.Governments should focus more on solving the immediate problems of today rather than trying to solve the anticipated problems of the future.

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