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  • Question 1 :
  • Hospitals (except for the Albert Schweitzer Hospital), markets, grocery shops, and street peddlers were not visited because ___________ for drug selling are in place; previsits by local nurses yielded little evidence (if any) of anti-malarial drugs sold there.
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  • Question 2 :
  • 1980, Phillip James Edwin Peebles, The Large-Scale Structure of the Universe[1], Astrophysics, Princeton University Press, ISBN 9780691082400, page 151 : … which arises from four galaxies at four quite different distances that accidently appear close together in the sky. The second line represents two galaxies close together in space and the other two accidently close in projection, the third line close triplets plus a fourth accidently close in projection, the fourth line two close pairs accidently seen close together in projection. 1995, Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage[2], 2, reprint, revised edition, Merriam-Webster, ISBN 9780877791324, page 16 : The spelling accidently is not an illiteracy, but it is much less frequent than accidentally, and even though it has some reputable use, it may be thought a misspelling. 1998, Kenneth G. Wilson, Columbia Guide to Standard American English[3], digitized edition, MJF Books, ISBN 9781567312676, published 2009, page 8 : Indeed, many conservative people consider accidently a misspelling, and some conservative dictionaries do not even record it as a variant, though it has been accepted off and on for many years. 2011, Robert W. Shumaker, Kristina R. Walkup, Benjamin B. Beck, Gordon M. Burghardt, Animal Tool Behavior[4], 2, revised edition, JHU Press, ISBN 9780801898532, page 92 : … relayed similar cases but suspected that the rocks were accidently dislodged as the animals fled. ... Hall (1963) considered the same data and concluded that while such behavior might originate accidently during flight or display, ... 2012, Patrick R. Delaney PhD, CPA; O. Ray Whittington, Wiley CPA Exam Review 2012, Regulations[5], page 334 : Juan accidently spills some coffee on a client during a business meeting. Juan's tort is clearly in the scope of employment.
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