# May month most repeated reorder paragraphs 45
The text boxes below have been placed in random order. Restore the original order by rearranging the text boxes in the correct sequence.
a) But with opportunity comes responsibility.
b) Instead, you must be your own Chief Executive Officer.
c) That means it’s up to you to carve out your place in the world and know when to change course.
d) Companies today aren’t managing their knowledge worker’s careers.
e) We live in an age of unprecedented opportunity: with ambition, drive, and talent, you can rise to the top of your chosen profession regardless of where you started out.
a) But sheer population growth isn’t the only reason we’ll need more food.
b) If these trends continue, the double whammy of population growth and richer diets will require us to roughly double the number of crops we grow by 2050.
c) The spread of prosperity across the world, especially in China and India, is driving increased demand for meat, eggs, and dairy, boosting pressure to grow more corn and soybeans to feed more cattle, pigs, and chickens.
d) We’ll likely have two billion more mouths to feed by mid-century – more than nine billion people.
a) The much closer planets appear, instead, as tiny disks in the sky and a distinction more easily discerned with a telescope than with the naked eye.
b) Stars are so distant that they appear as pinpoints of light in the night sky, even when viewed through a telescope.
c) Because all the light is coming from a single point, its path is highly susceptible to atmospheric interference.
d) Unlike stars, planets don’t twinkle.
a) To start to address this question, RAND researchers held a series of workshops that were attended by prominent experts on AI and nuclear security.
b) It then describes the types of anticipated concerns and benefits through two illustrative examples: AI for detection and for tracking and targeting and AI as a trusted adviser in escalation decisions.
c) Advances in artificial intelligence are enabling previously infeasible capabilities, potentially destabilizing the delicate balances that have forestalled nuclear war since 1945.
d) Will these developments upset the nuclear strategic balance, and, if so, for better or for worse?
e) These examined the impact of advanced computing on nuclear security through 2040.
a) as early as when going to primary school.
b) If they learn a foreign language earlier in life, while at the primary school rather than while at secondary school.
a) Sometimes it seems as if nothing is immune from being explained this way.
b) And the small number of women who become mechanical engineers all may have their roots in natural selection, Pinker claims.
c) Pinker has argued that swathes of our mental, social and emotional lives may have originated as evolutionary adaptations, well suited to the lives our ancestors eked out on the Pleistocene savannah.
d) Road rage, adultery, marriage, altruism, our tendency to reward senior executives with corner offices on the top floor.
a) The problem is that so often analysis ends there, at the level of individual action, characterized in terms of responsibility, guilt, evil.
b) The narrative of law and order is located fundamentally at the level of individual guilt and responsibility.
c) Criminal acts are seen as individual issues of personal responsibility and culpability to which the state responds by way of policing prosecution adjudication and punishment.
d) This is but one level at which crime and criminal justice can be analysed.
a) He is one of only four players (along with Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Jacques Kallis) in history to have scored 13,00 Test runs.
b) Statistically, he is one of the most successful captains of all time, with 48 victories in 77 tests between 2004 and 31 December 2010.
c) After being involved in over 160 Tests and 370 ODIs Ponting is Australia’s leading run’scorer in Test and ODI cricket.
a) And is it the most valuable emotional tool any entrepreneur can possess?
b) What is the significance of instinct in business?
c) Does a reliable gut feel separate winners from losers?
d) My observations of successful company owners lead me to believe that a highly analytical attitude can a drawback.
e) At critical junctures in commercial life, risk-take is more an act of faith than a carefully balanced choice.
a) the demand is the amount that will be bought at each of a series of prices.
b) The principles that value depends on supply and demand means that in the case of nearly every commodity more will be bought
c) if the price is lowered less will be bought if the price is raised
d) Therefore sellers, if they wish to induce buyers to take more of a commodity than they are already doing must reduce its price; if they raise its price they will sell less.
e) The supply of a thing in the phrase “supply and demand ” is the amount that will be offered for sale at each of a series of prices;
a) From May to October, the hyacinth-choked water of Dal Lake saw flotillas of vividly painted shikaras carrying Indian families, boho westerners, young travellers and wide-eyed Japanese.
b) Carpet -sellers honed their skills as did purveyors of anything remotely embroidered while the houseboats initiated by the British Raj provided unusual accommodation.
c) Two decades ago, Kashmiri houseboat-owners rubbed their hands every spring at the prospect of the annual influx of tourists.
d) The economy boomed.
a) But the researchers who discovered the flaws said one of them, spectre , is not completely fixable.
b) Some of the world’s largest tech companies have been working on fixes for these problems.
c) one of the researchers who discovered these flaws.
d) “It is a fundamental flaw in the way processors have been built over the last decades,” said Paul Kocher,
a) because they offer a good compromise between memory requirements and speed on the one hand and image quality on the other hand.
b) Programs using screen resolutions with 256 colors are popular,
c) The burden rests on the shoulders of the application programmer to get most out of these 256 color resolutions, however.
a) In addition, every employee has different thoughts and perspectives which can provide different inputs in any suggestion related organization.
b) Let us throw some lights on the benefits of involvement of employees with management.
c) Every employee is part of the organization so that it is the right of every employee to discuss future decisions.
d) For instance, Infosys is a successful firm not only due to top-level opinion authorities but also they always take the opinion of subordinates.
1.) e a d b c
2.) d a c b
3.) d b c a
4.) c b d a e
5.) c b d a
6.) c a d b
7.) b c d a
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9.) b c a d e
10.) e a b c d
11.) c a b d
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