Analogy 2 Group 2 multiple choice

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  1. What is an abacus?
    A. able to walk
    B. a brief story
    C. to caution, to express disapproval of
    D. a divice for calculating
    D. a divice for calculating, consisting of beads on rod and a frame.
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  2. Define acquit.
    A. something irregular
    B. determined by individual will or judgement
    C. to pronounce not guility
    D. a divice for calculating
    C. to pronounce not guilty
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  3. What does it mean to admonish someone?
    A. to pronounce not guilty
    B. to caution
    C. to help them walk
    D. to plead for them
    B. to caution; to express disapproval of
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  4. Define advocate.
    a. to pronounce not guilty
    b. to pronounce guilty
    c. to plead in favor of
    d. to tell a story
    • c. to plead in favor of; to recommend publicly.
    • One who pleads for or favors a particular position on an issue.
  5. When you are having an altercation, what is happening?
    A. you are expressing disapproval of
    B. you are deciding to change your vacation
    C. you are having an angry dispute.
    D. you are repairing your alternator
    C. you are having an angry dispute.
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  6. If you are amulatory what are you capable of?
    A. anger
    B. leaping tall buildings
    C. running faster than a speeding bullet
    D. walking
    D. walking
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  7. What is an anecdote?
    A. the animal that plays with the deer on the range.
    B. a brief story describing an interesting incident
    C. an angry dispute
    D. medicine to reverse poison in the body
    B. a brief story describing an interesting incident.
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  8. What is an anomaly?
    A. something irregular or differing from the common type or form
    B. to caution
    C. a short, wise saying
    D. something only seen in outer space.
    A. something irregular or differing from the common type or form.
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  9. Ben Franklin said many aphorisms. What was he saying?
    a. long stories of history
    b. lectures to kids
    c spells he cast on the society
    d. a short, sise saying; a proverb
    d. a short wise saying; a proverb
  10. Define arbitary.
    A. determined by individual will or judgement
    B. angry about somtthing that happened in the past.
    C. to caution
    D. guilty
    A. determined by individual will or judgement
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Analogy 2 Group 2 multiple choice
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