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Question number: 808

» Industrialization and Economic Development

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In the stages of economic growth model which stage is known as the great watershed in the life of modern societies

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Choice (5)Response

a.

High mass consumption

b.

Take Off

c.

Drive to maturity

d.

Precondition for take off

e.

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Question number: 809

» The Political Organization of Space

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Dokalam is located at the tri-junction of

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Myanmar – China – India

b.

Nepal – China – India

c.

Bhutan – China – India

d.

Pakistan – India – China

e.

None of the above

Question number: 810

» Key Geography Concepts

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Who gave the statement—“Give me the matter and I will build a world of it”?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Immanuel Kant

b.

Von Weizsacker

c.

Laplace

d.

James and Jefferyes

e.

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Question number: 811

» Cities and Urban Land Use

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Which one of the concepts describe the absence of cities and towns within a radius of km from a large city?

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a.

Urban Clusters

b.

Urban Dispersals

c.

Urban Agglomeration

d.

Urban Shadows

e.

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Question number: 812

» The Political Organization of Space

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Carta-Marine is

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Choice (5)Response

a.

A cartographic instrument used by Arab geographers

b.

An age succeeding to the age of discovering

c.

A map of America prepared by Wald Simular

d.

A book authored by Al-Masudi

e.

None of the above

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