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Text Completion #42-than her predecessor, the new

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Far less ____________ than her predecessor, the new superintendent remained ____________, even on issues in which some form of compromise was expected.




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timidintransigent
accommodatingdebonair
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Re: Text Completion #42 [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2015, 05:50
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Answers: (B), (D)

(D) intransigent means unyielding and matches up with the keywords, ‘some form of compromise…’ Meaning she never compromised. ‘Far less’ indicates that she was very different from her predecessor. (B) accommodating means willing to be flexible and compromise

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