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Restriction

Opposition

Fragmentation

provocation

Boil off

Fill up

Neutralize

Melt down

Summit

Bottom

peak

Upward

Defiance

Blame

Avoidance

Decision

Turgid

pacifist

Aggressive

Munificent

Not singing

Embarrass

Inharmonious

Perforate

Bilingual

Deserter

Imposter

Revamp

She said that she had been teaching earlier

She said she had been teaching earlier

She said that I had been teaching earlier

She says that she was been teaching earlier

Interesting

Loving

Affectionate

Friendle

to carry

to bear

to take

to clear

Restriction

Opposition

Fragmentation

Provocation

Summit

Bottom

peak

upward

Would have revised

Had revised

Would revised

Revise

She said that she had been teaching earlier

She said she had been teaching earlier

She said that I had been teaching earlier

She says that she was been teaching earlier

To carry

To bear

To take

To clear

Question 20, 21, 22 and 23 are based on the following reading.

One phase of the business cycle is the expansion phase. This phase is a two-fold one, including recovery and prosperity. During the recovery period there is an ever-growing expansion of existing facilities and new facilities for production are created. More
businesses are created and older one expanded. Improvements of various kinds are made. There is an ever increasing optimism about the future of economic growth. Much capital is invested in machinery or "heavy" industry. More labor is employed. More raw materials are required. As one part of the economy develops, other parts are affected. For example. a great expansion in automobiles results in an expansion of the steel. glass and rubber industries. Roads are required: thus the icemen: and machinery industries are stimulated. Demand for labor and materials results in greater prosperity for workers and suppliers of raw materials, including farmers. This increases purchasing power and the volume of goods aught and sold. Thus prosperity is diffused among the various sezments of the population. This prosperity period may continue to and rise without an apparent end. However. this reaches a peak and stops spiral in upwards. This is the expansion phase. ;


The Business Cycle

The Recovery Stage

An Expanding Society

The Period of Good Times

Cautiously

In a confident manner

Indifferently

Bearishly

Union demands

Cyclical industries

The status of the farmer

The recession period

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