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|A. On television, in a series of debates with opponent Richard Nixon, he appeared able, articulate and energetic.|
|B. In his first inaugural address he concluded with an eloquent plea; “Ask not what your country can do for you— ask what you can do for your country.”|
|C. In the campaign, he spoke of moving aggressively into the new decade, for ‘the New Frontier is here whether we seek it or not’.|
|D. John F. Kennedy, Democratic victor in the election of 1960, was at 43, the youngest man ever to win the presidency.|
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A. Generally, the character and conduct of a person is gauged by the kinds of people he mixes and moves with.
B. But sometimes, the persons of opposite nature also come closer fall in each other’s company by accident,chance or out of ignorance vitiating the above statement to some extent.
C. On the other side, if he keeps company with evil persons and bad characters, he is considered to be a man of bad character.
D. If a man moves in the company of good, gentle and noble people, he is usually adjudged to be a gentleman.
E. It is usual for a man to see company of those who possess tastes, tendencies and temperaments like his own.
A. It examined the publication records of more than 230,000 physicists from 1893 to 2010 and found that the highest impact paper for Nobel Laureates could happen at any time in their career.
B. Optimistic scientists like myself will interpret this as meaning that our best work is yet to come. There’s nothing like a scientific result to sustain our unscientific fantasies.
C. Both the first and the last paper in a physicist’s career are equally likely to be their best.
D. But, of course, the findings could also mean that our best is already behind us.
E. A recent paper in Science by Roberta Sinatra from the Central European University Budapest and colleagues from across the US and Europe sustains my dream.
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