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New Pattern fillers for IBPS Clerk Mains 2017: Set – 4
Directions:-(1-5) Each question below has two- three blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
1. With the species _________ on the edge of extinction, it is time for us to decide if we are willing to act to prevent that ________ from falling on our ________ heads.
A. Teetering, curse, collective
B. Lurking, hoodoo, cumulative
C. Loitering, profanity, communal
D. Virtually, expletive, rational
E. Pragmatically, impiety , irrational
2.Although the PLA has typically been characterized as an organization resistant to change, the SSF, as a specialized, technical force with a/an ___________ and an identity that center for innovation, might be better ______________ to advance defense innovation than the PLA at large. If successful, the SSF could ultimately become a catalyst for changes in the PLA’s way of ___________.
A. authorization, groomed , enmity
B. Commandment, formulated, strife.
C. Mandate, poised, warfare
D. Decree, assembled, pandemonium
E. Pro?le, composed, mayhem
3.The Chinese ____________ implemented a comprehensive panel of security measures in Xinjiang, built on the twin assumptions that Islamic terrorism was the most _____________security threat to the Middle Kingdom and that its roots were to be found in the Uyghur ethnic minority. Those security measures include the ______________ of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and various paramilitary organizations
A. dominion, intrusive, conciliation
B. regime, prominent, intervention
C. realm, obtrusive, arbitration
D. authority, discernible, invitation
E. government, thrusting, aggravation
4.Women may not have much of a role in the film but it’s interesting how they are still shown _________ their own space within the larger male mindset. It’s about ___________ at conservatism from within. Be it drinking secretly within the walls of home or dressing daringly in the husband’s company, away from the neighborhood in the ________________ of Hazratganj.
A. adjudicating, absolving, periphery
B. arbitrating, swerving, heart
C. negotiating, knocking, anonymity
D. contemplating, thriving, covertness
E. beholding, flourishing, skirts
5.The maps are _______ with simple lines and point ________ while the area coverage is easily distinguishable in terms of shapes and textures. The NATMO, ________, was awarded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this year’s Indian Science Congress held at Tirupati.
A. stamped, emblems, consequently
B. embossed, symbols, meanwhile
C. designed, allegories, conversely
D. embellished , ideograms, on the other hand
E. printed, corrigendum, however
6.It’s clear that we need something similar in India to make rights of animals more _________. For a long time, as Martha Nussbaum, an American philosopher, has observed, the _______ of global justice has required the inclusion of many people that were previously _________ as “fully equal subjects of justice”.
A. impregnable, avocation, rejected
B. impuissant , recreation, cognized
C. equivocal , fascination, expatriated
D. invulnerable, avocation, banished
E. unassailable, pursuit, excluded
7.The legislation allows the Israeli government to ________ private Palestinian land if the landowners are unknown. If known, they will be compensated in cash or kind. However, the legislation, which for the first time since the __________________ of East Jerusalem seeks to extend Israeli law to the West Bank, can be ________ by the judiciary.
A. expropriate, annexation, overturned
B. disposes, abjuration, negated
C. encroach, abnegation, abrogated
D. absolve, accession, nullified
E. confiscate, amalgamation, sanctioned
8.Reservation for women in Nagaland is ___________ for their empowerment because there has been no woman legislator in the State ever since Nagaland _____________ Statehood in 1963. Between 1969 and 2008, women have hardly made a mark in politics due to electoral ______________.
A. important, seized, oddity
B. pivotal, acquired, peculiarity
C. crucial, attained, vagaries
D. consequential, resuscitated, regimen
E. extraneous , procured , acclimatization
9. Russia and China are not in South Asia but they are our immediate neighbours. Their actions impact us, and ours them. If we are able to _____________ them in a/an _____________ arc, if we throw our weight behind resolving any ______________ hurdles within this arc that distort relationships, then we may be well on our way to taking meaningful steps forward.
A. assimilate, ethical, arduous
B. incorporate, virtuous, bilateral
C. embrace, scrupulous, strenuous
D. envision, unrestrained, prevailing
E. consolidate, pro?igate, inexpedient
10 .Describing the di?erence between belief and confidence, “Believing is ______________, because when you believe you will become _______________ .Confident without ________________ is a disaster. There is too much of this disaster happening in this world.
A. expedient, optimistic, lucidity
B. deplorable, vehement, intricacy
C. appropriate, ebullient, approach
D. repugnant, vivacious, conviction
E. convenient, confident, clarity