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Read the following ten statements and answer the Question that follow ::
(i) During the interview Rakesh answered all the questions in mono syllables like : “yes”, “no”, and “perhaps”.
(ii) Mona advised Sujata, not to end all her business calls with a “feel free to call me” statement, as it was an over used expression. Sujata however disregarded the advice and continued to do so.
(iii) When Shyam was recovering from a severe bout of jaundice, his mother Ramola had no option but to be very strict with Shyam’s diet. She called herself a “mean mother” at that time.
(iv) In 1942, Abel Tasman, a Dutch navigator discovered the island of Tasmania off the South-eastern coast of Australia.
(v) When the class, yet again failed to submit the assignment in time, Reena, the class teacher, angrily denounced the class for full fifteen minutes.
(vi) Seema could have very well written WHO, and saved time. By writing the full form World Health
Organization, she missed winning the last round of quiz by two seconds.
(vii) “O’ Henry”, the short story writer was actually William Sydney Porter in real life.
(viii) When Krishna gave the sales figures of the last five years, the client was convinced that the product was “successful” and this was not an exaggeration.
(ix) All the team members were so excited that they rushed to answer first and thus gave many wrong.answers in the quiz. Jai, the leader scolded them and said, “Look before you leap”.
(x) Sunita was planning a surprise party for her husband. She felt hurt when Bimal, her husband asked, “What are you scheming behind my back.”
 Who used an oxymoron?
 Who had used a Pseudonym?
(3) William Sydney Porter
(4) Abel Tasman
 Who used a maxim?
(2) O’ Henry
 Who spurned an acronym?
(4) O’ Henry
 Who was inarticulate?
 Who clung to a cliche?
 Who became an eponym?
(1) Abel Tasman
(2) None of these
(4) William Sydney Porter
 Who used a pejorative expression?
 Who made an abstract term concrete?
 Who unleashed a diatribe?
asked in FMS
These words are all applied to qualities or features that are a central element in something’s nature. “......” refers to a feature of someone or something that is so important to their nature that without it they would not be the same person or thing.
asked in FMS
All the four verbs given below can just mean ‘puzzle’; but they also hint at different stages along the road to bewilderment. Select the option in which the verbs are listed from low to the highest level of bewilderment in ascending order.
(1) Perplex, mystify, puzzle, baffle
(2) Baffle, puzzle, mystify, perplex
(3) Mystify, perplex, baffle, puzzle
(4) Puzzle, perplex, mystify, baffle
asked in FMS