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Clearly the government faced a dilemma: it could hardly

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Select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole and produce completed sentences that are alike in meaning.



Clearly the government faced a dilemma: it could hardly ________ trials, especially in the absence of irrefutable evidence, but it also would not welcome, in the midst of war, the scandal that would arise if trials were avoided.


❑ be keen on
❑ be inclined to
❑ arrange
❑ dispense with
❑ turn its back on
❑ credit

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A and B
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The Gov would hardly keen or happy or eager of being on trial.

A and B are the synonyms that fit the bill.
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