P. It often attacks children               S. fewer, women than men                   (1) RQSP            (2) QPRS
           paralysing them for life.              6. education and vocational                (3) SRQP            (4) PRQS
       Q. In the 1950 "s a vaccine                     training.                        152. 1.  And then word
           against the disease was                (1) PRQS           (2) QPSR                P.  came from inside
           introduced.                            (3) RQPS           (4) SQRP                Q.  meet the released civilians,
       R. Hence it is sometimes called      147. 1. Space technology                         R.  that after all,
           infantile paralysis.
                                                  P. a socio-economic revolution             S.  the press could
       S. It is caused by a virus.
                                                  Q. that can transform,                     6.  but fleetingly.
       6. Since then polio has been
                                                  R. even revolutionise                      (1) RSQP            (2) SRPQ
           eliminated to a great extent.
                                                  S. has created                             (3) PRSQ            (4) RPQS
       (1) PSRQ          (2) SPQR
                                                  6. stagnant societies.                153. 1.  The man,
       (3) SPRQ          (4) PRQS
                                                  (1) QRSP           (2) SRQP                P.  and no one passing him in the
 144. 1. Determination                                                                           street
                                                  (3) SPQR           (4) SPRQ
       P. in the blood                                                                       Q.  was singularly inconspicuous
                                            148. 1. A minor ailment can be
       Q. is a potential diagnostic tool                                                     R.  who was called Alfred Nobel
                                                  P. to the doctor, but if neglected
       R. of ferritin level                                                                  S.  would have given him
                                                  Q. serious trouble requiring
       S. for the evaluation of                                                              6.  another look.
                                                  R. easily cured with just a time-
       6. iron deficiency, anaemia &                                                         (1) RQPS            (2) QPSR
                                                       ly visit
           iron toxicity.
                                                  S. it may spell                            (3) PSQR            (4) SPRQ
       (1) RPQS          (2) PQRS
                                                  6. numerous trips to the hospi-       154. 1.  In paliopathology
       (3) SRPQ          (4) RPSQ                      tal.                                  P.  would be to obtain
 145. 1. The recent aircraft accident             (1) QSPR           (2) SQRP                Q.  the fundamental objective
           at Patna airport caused a                                                         R.  background information
                                                  (3) PQRS           (4) RPSQ
           great shock to the air -
                                            149. 1. Commercial energy                        S.  as much
                                                  P. increasing trend                        6.  on the skeleton as possible.
       P. Before the aircraft could
           land, people at the airport            Q. shows an                                (1) PRQS            (2) RPSQ
           saw the plane aflame.                  R. consumption                             (3) QPSR            (4) SRQP
       Q. In view of different versions,          S. and poses the major                155. 1.  Generally speaking,
           a High Court judge was                 6. challenge for the future.               P.  for me by those who have in-
           appointed to inquire into the          (1) PQSR           (2) SRPQ                    vited me or
           nature of the accident.                                                           Q.  follow programmes that have
                                                  (3) QPRS           (4) RQPS
       R. The plane was scheduled to                                                             been worked out
                                            150. 1. My friend suggested
           land at Patna at 6.00 p.m.                                                        R.  who offer themselves as
                                                  P. my future plans                             guides and usually in such
       S. But the officials said that the
                                                  Q. to succeed                                  cases,
           plane went into flames after
           landing.                               R. well in advance                         S.  the journeys that I undertake
                                                  S. that I must chalk out                       for the purpose of publicity
       6. The nearest relatives of the
           deceased passengers were               6. in my life,                             6.  I find the things 1 have to do,
           paid a compensation of j 4             (1) SPRQ           (2) SRQP                    wearisome.
           lakhs each.                            (3) QRPS           (4) SRPQ                (1) RPQS            (2) SQPR
       (1) QSRP          (2) RPSQ               Directions (151–164) : In the fol-           (3) QRPS            (4) PRSQ
       (3) RSPQ          (4) PSQR          lowing questions, the 1st and the last       156. 1.  Jeff is a very good dancer,
       Directions (146 –150) : In the      part of the sentences are numbered 1              P.  who always tries new dance
                                           and 6. The rest of the sentences are                  steps
following questions, the first and the
last part of the sentences are num-        split into four parts and named P, Q,             Q.  while the rest of the class is
                                           R and S. These four parts are not giv-                struggling.
bered 1 and 6. The rest of the sen-
tences are split into four parts and       en in their proper order. Read the sen-
                                                                                             R.  which are demonstrated,
                                           tences and find out which of the four
named P, Q, R and S. These four parts                                                        S.  and masters them quickly
are not given in their proper order.       combinations is correct. Then find the
                                           correct answer.                                   6.  He shows off.
Read the sentences and find out which                                                        (1) RPQS            (2) SQPR
of the four combinations is correct.                        (SSC Graduate Level Tier-II
                                                            Exam. 04.08.2011 Paper-II)       (3) QRPS            (4) PRSQ
Then find the correct answer.
 (SSC Stenographer Grade "C" & "D" Exam.   151. 1.    Can any one                       157. 1.  These positive effects vary
                               16.10.2011)        P.  falsehood triumph                          from genetic changes that
 146. 1.   Even today in many countries           Q.  and let                                P.  to other related infections,
       P.  neglected and there are far            R.  for a long time                        Q.  make us more resistant to
                                                  S.  suppress truth                             the diseases responsible
       Q.  women continue to be
                                                  6.  permanently ?                          R.  for epidemics and
       R.  who have had the benefit of