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Most people are willing to take on extra responsibility in order to have more variety in their positions. In addition, along with that responsibility should come more authority to independently carry out some important tasks. For most judges, sentencing a person who has been convicted of a crime is a difficult decision. In the majority of jurisdictions throughout the country, judges have few sentencing options from which to choose. Generally, their options are confined to a fine, probation, or incarceration.
A. An ecosystem is a community that includes animals, plants, and microscopic bacteria. b. Human activities can do great damage to local ecosystems, so human communities should be cautiously planned. c. In managing the ecology of an area, it is important to protect both human interests and the interests of other members of local ecosystems. d. People should remember that they are a part of the ecosystems where they live and work. 34 – SHORT PASSAGES – 167. According to the passage, which practice would not be defined as alternative medicine?
C. Great wealth was characteristic of the truly great kings. d. A warrior’s quest for the esteem of his peers would bring him great prizes, which would secure a long-lasting reputation. 127. People are now living longer than ever before for many different reasons. a. Some people in the Soviet Union’s Caucasus Mountains live to be over 100 years of age. b. No one seems to understand this phenomenon. c. Advances in medical science have done wonders for longevity. d. The people in this region do not seem to gain anything from medical science.