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    official
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Answer : 3
alternative

Explanation :

The most appropriate option to fill in the blank is:

Official

Explanation: In this context, the word "official" suggests that the medicine being administered is recognized and approved by the relevant authorities or medical professionals. It implies that the medicine is legitimate and prescribed within the official protocols of medical practice.

The other options do not fit well in the context:

"Eminent" means distinguished or noteworthy, but it doesn't directly relate to medicine in this context.

"Alternative" suggests a different option, which may not align with the doctor's directive.

Insightful" refers to having a deep understanding or perception, which doesn't make sense in the context of administering medicine.

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Answer : 2
dedication

Explanation :

Unconditional dedication" implies unwavering commitment and loyalty to the company regardless of circumstances. While support, attachment, and love can also be relevant in the context of an employee's relationship with their company, "dedication" specifically captures the idea of steadfast loyalty and commitment. Therefore, option 2 is the best fit for the sentence.

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Answer : 4
Assign

Explanation :

The word "consign" means put someone or something in (a place) in order to be rid of it or them and "assign" means designate or set (something) aside for a specific purpose. 

Therefore, "consign" can be replaced with "assign" in the sentence, without changing its meaning. 

Hence, 4 is the correct option.

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Answer : 2
Insolence

Explanation :

We have to choose the word which is similar to the emboldened word and replace it. 

Audacity: willingness to take bold risks; rude or disrespectful behaviour; impudence. 

Insolence: rude and disrespectful behaviour

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Answer : 4
Both B and C

Explanation :

The underlined part of the sentence is grammatically incorrect. The preposition 'for’ used here is wrong. The correct preposition should be 'to’. 

Gauge means to judge or assess (a situation, mood, etc.). 

Hence 'assess’ is a synonym of 'gauge’. 

Both choices B and C are correct. Hence the correct answer is option 4.

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