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Date of publication: 2017-08-31 03:22

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The English Patient Review

The journal is reluctant to include most drug and strictly clinical studies as there are more suitable publication platforms for these types of papers.

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7. B: Although hopeful growers believe climate changes "should not" change rainfall, these cause annual agricultural yield fluctuations. This claim proceeds from the assumption that since yields already fluctuate from climate change, additional rainfall change would exacerbate fluctuations. That climate change cannot be accurately predicted (A) is not claimed. Technology's significant influence despite climate change makes improved yields likely, NOT "highly unlikely" (C). That rainfall is less predictable than temperature (D), or cool temperatures more threatening (E), are not claims.

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68. E: The poet humorously couches the fact that he forgot what he meant by saying only he and God knew at the time, and now only God knows-., now he himself does not know. He is not saying God is wiser (A), but remembers better. He never says people can't understand poetry (B) he refers only to himself not knowing/remembering his meaning. He refers only to the verse's meaning, not its inspiration (C), (D).

8. China wants to avoid financial collapse of their economy. In order to do this, China must raise their gross national product rate by 88 percent. China's economy is structured so that if the 88 percent increase in GNP is reached, then it is possible for a 55 percent GNP increase.

A. Customers are most likely to connect the illness they've experienced to their most recent meal if the illness has suddenly struck all of the people they ate with.
B. Customers complain less about the food poisoning they experience in fast food restaurants because they expect it.
C. More people choose fast food restaurants over family dining restaurants.
D. Food poisoning cases are not related to the time customers ate at the family dining restaurants, or to the number of people who all ate the same meal.
E. The family dining restaurants microwaves certain food items instead of cooking them on the stove.

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8. C: Scientists can observe and study various life stages of breeds too long-lived to study their full life span during scientists' lifetimes. The passage indicates subjects' using the same observational methods, but using the same ideals (A) cannot be assumed. Choice (B) is true, but not indicated in the passage. Today's techniques preventing studying many breeds in the environment (D) is nowhere suggested. Various scientific techniques are available (E), but this cannot be inferred from the passage.

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