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The newcomer to the team cannot have the same advantage 'as that of the captain.'
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The Cricket Board has long recognized John’s potential as a leader of the team. However, his on-field temper has always been a matter of concern for them since his junior days. While this aggression has filled stadia with die-hard fans, it has taken a toll on his own batting. Until recently, it appeared that he found it difficult to convert his aggression into big scores. Over the past three seasons though, that picture of John has been replaced by a cerebral, calculative and successful batsman-captain. After many years, it appears that the team has finally found a complete captain. Which of the following statements can be logically inferred from the above paragraph? (i) Even as a junior cricketer, John was considered a good captain. (ii) Finding a complete captain is a challenge. (iii) Fans and the Cricket Board have differing views on what they want in a captain. (iv) Over the past three seasons John has accumulated big scores. (A) (i), (ii) and (iii) only (B) (iii) and (iv) only (C) (ii) and (iv) only (D) (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
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German silver has which of the following compositions?
Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct option. PASSAGE Voltaire was a great French writer of the eighteenth century. Indeed, he was one of the greatest men whom european civilization produced. He was truthful, tolerant and benevolent. He sneered at everything. He was a man of critical genius and humanity. He was a man of perfect character and had a dynamic personality. He was anti-Nazi by nature. Above all, he was a man of contradictions. He was mischievous but a free-man. Frederick was a German dictator who believed in force, fraud and cruelty. He was a great organizer and was over-ambitious. He was a cultivated but sensitive gentleman. He believed in freedom of speech but he was a tyrant. Voltaire loved the human race while Frederick despised the human race. This is the dividing line between Voltaire and Frederick. Voltaire believed in humanity whereas Frederick did not. Frederick was a cynic whereas Voltaire was an optimist. On being invited, Voltaire visited Frederick and stayed in Berlin. In the begining, they were cordial and praised each other. But in the later years, Voltaire found the hidden cruelty in Frederick. Frederick also saw the 5 tiresome little monkey in Voltaire. Voltaire involved in a shady financial transaction. He quarrelled with another French man, drank too much chocolate and thus he gave more trouble to the King. At last, he left Berlin after a stay of two years. But Frederick, who was cynical worked through his Gestapo and got Voltaire and his niece arrested. Voltaire was imprisoned and tormented. With the king’s intervention, Voltaire was released. Voltaire, for all his faults, was a free-man but Frederick was a tyrant.
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