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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(1).  1) submission (2) cancellation (3) demand (4) abuse

A.    submission B.    cancellation
C.    demand D.    abuse
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Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(2).  (1) displeasure (2) failure (3) reluctance (4) anxiety

A.    displeasure B.    failure
C.    reluctance D.    anxiety
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3 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(3).  (1) variation (2) instance (3) form (4) breach

A.    variation B.    instance
C.    form D.    breach
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4 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(4).  (1) appropriate (2) sympathetic (3) harsh (4) unprecedented

A.    appropriate B.    sympathetic
C.    harsh D.    unprecedented
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5 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(5).  (1) root (2) disseminate (3) range (4) deviate

A.    root B.    disseminate
C.    range D.    deviate
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6 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(6).  (1) to (2) even (3) with (4) for

A.    to B.    even
C.    with D.    for
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7 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(7).  (1) punishment (2) memos (3) indiscipline (4) suspensions

A.    punishment B.    memos
C.    indiscipline D.    suspensions
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8 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(8).  (1) all (2) these (3) abundant (4) which

A.    all B.    these
C.    abundant D.    which
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9 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(9).  (1) with (2) under (3) for (4) on

A.    with B.    under
C.    for D.    on
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10 .

Employee misconduct, (1) of leave, tardiness, abuse of lunch hours or coffee bfeaks, (2) to comply with the agency's procedures, or any other (3) of the employee/employer relationship are examples of problems for which disciplinary actions may be (4). Such actions (5) from admonishments, warnings and oral or written reprimands (6) (7). reduction-in-grade or pay, or removal. Many agencies have formalized (8) in tables of penalties or guidelines (9) (10) action.

(10).  (1) harsh (2) decent (3) quick (4) corrective

A.    harsh B.    decent
C.    quick D.    corrective
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