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Question - 1 : He has been ill - Friday last.

a) in

b) since

c) on

d) from

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Question - 2 : বাংলাদেশ জাতিসংঘের কততম সদস্য?

a) ১৩৭ তম

b) ১৩৬ তম

c) ১৩৮ তম

d) ১৩৯ তম

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Question - 3 : এবং তোমার কি অবস্থা?

a) How about you and?

b) And how about you?

c) And how about you are?

d) And how are about you?

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Question - 4 : বাংলাদেশে সর্বপ্রথম কোন মহিলা টেস্ট টিউব শিশুর মা হন?

a) কানিজ ফাতেমা

b) রওশন জাহান

c) ফিরোজা বেগম

d) পারভীন ফাতেমা

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Question - 5 : দয়া করে আমাকে বানানটা বলবেন?

a) Could you spell that for me, please?

b) Could you spelling that for me, please?

c) Can you spell that for me, please?

d) Can you spelling that for me, please?

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Question - 6 : প্রতাপাদিত্য কে ছিলেন?

a) রাজপুত রাজা

b) বাংলার শাসক

c) বাংলার বারো ভুঁইঞাদের একজন

d) মোঘল সেনাপতি

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Question - 7 : 'To be, or not to be - that is the question,'-- is a famous soliloquy from --

a) Hamlet

b) Macbeth

c) King Lear

d) Othello

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Question - 8 : বাংলাদেশের সবচেয়ে উত্তরে অবস্থিত স্থানের নাম-

a) বাংলাবান্ধা

b) পঞ্চগড়

c) তেতু্লিয়া

d) নকশালবাড়ী

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Question - 9 : The light have been blown - by the strong wind.

a) off

b) up

c) away

d) out

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Question - 10 : তুমি কি সম্প্রতি ব্যস্ত আছো?

a) Have you been keep busy?

b) You have been keeping busy?

c) Have you been keeping busy?

d) Have you keeping busy?

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Ensuring Communications With Law Firm In-House Counsel

More law offices are utilizing in-house insight to exhort them on potential cases against the firm, just as giving counsel on morals and hazard the executives issues. In Arizona, under A.R.S. 12-2234, with regards to common cases, any correspondences between a lawyer for an association or related substance –, for example, a law office – and a worker or specialist of the organization or related element, made to give lawful guidance or getting data to give lawful counsel, are secured by the lawyer customer benefit.

 The inquiry at that point turns out to be, how can one viably ensure such advantaged interchanges with in-house counsel from revelation should a case later emerge?


 A California choice gives direction on the accepted procedures for securing correspondences with law office in-house counsel. In Palmer v. Unrivaled Court, a customer procured a law office to indict a claim. Shelton was the accomplice in control. The customer before long undermined cases against the firm, yet demanded it keep speaking to him until he held substitute insight. During that period, Shelton counseled with two lawyers inside the firm, Swope and Christman, about the customer's objections.

 At the point when the customer later sued the firm and Shelton for negligence, the firm affirmed that correspondences among Shelton and the in-house counsel were favored. The firm submitted proof that Swope was the association's General Counsel and Christman was its Claims Counsel, and that they shared duty on claims dealing with and misfortune counteractive action. In-house counsel had numerous correspondences exhorting Shelton about reacting to the customer's objections and on the best way to deal with the customer relationship. Swope and Christman appointed another accomplice to administer arrangement of pleadings for the customer, who spoke with Shelton as their "appointee." The firm didn't charge the customer for time brought about by Swope, Christman or their "representative."