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Ano: 2022 Banca: UFPR Órgão: PM-PR Prova: UFPR - 2022 - PM-PR - Cadete do Corpo de Bombeiro |
Q1977487 Inglês
The following excerpt refer to question.

Nineties fashion was hard to pin down. A clash of trends screamed for our attention while others were so quietly cool they're still sartorial staples in our collective wardrobes: slip dresses, Doc Martens, chokers, crop tops.
While the 1980s were all about volume – padded shoulders, puffed jackets, big hair and an obsession with designer wear – style in the early 1990s was decidedly low maintenance.

(Available in: https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/1990s-fashion-history/index.html.) 
The excerpt presents:
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Ano: 2022 Banca: UFPR Órgão: PM-PR Prova: UFPR - 2022 - PM-PR - Cadete do Corpo de Bombeiro |
Q1977486 Inglês
The following excerpt refer to question.

Nineties fashion was hard to pin down. A clash of trends screamed for our attention while others were so quietly cool they're still sartorial staples in our collective wardrobes: slip dresses, Doc Martens, chokers, crop tops.
While the 1980s were all about volume – padded shoulders, puffed jackets, big hair and an obsession with designer wear – style in the early 1990s was decidedly low maintenance.

(Available in: https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/1990s-fashion-history/index.html.) 
In the first line of the excerpt, the underlined and in bold type expression can be substituted without losing its meaning by:
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Ano: 2022 Banca: UFPR Órgão: PM-PR Prova: UFPR - 2022 - PM-PR - Cadete do Corpo de Bombeiro |
Q1977485 Inglês
Consider the following text:
(CNN) Researchers at Yale University say they have been able to restore blood circulation and other cellular functions in pigs a full hour after the animals' deaths, suggesting that cells don't die as quickly as scientists had assumed. With more research, the cutting-edge technique could someday potentially help preserve human organs for longer, allowing more people to receive transplants. The researchers used a system they developed called OrganEx, which enables oxygen to be recirculated throughout a dead pig's body, preserving cells and some organs after a cardiac arrest.
(Available in: https://edition.cnn.com/2022/08/03/health/dead-pigs-restore-cellular-function-scn/index.html.)
Mark the alternative that presents an adequate title for the excerpt: 
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Ano: 2022 Banca: UFPR Órgão: PM-PR Prova: UFPR - 2022 - PM-PR - Cadete do Corpo de Bombeiro |
Q1977484 Inglês
The following text refer to question.

'I survived two sandstorms and nearly ran out of water in the Sahara Desert,' says man who biked from London to Lagos

   Kunle Adeyanju is a self-confessed daredevil who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro twice and cycled from Lagos to Accra over three days.
   But it is his latest adventure that is creating a buzz after he successfully completed a motorcycle ride from London to Lagos.
   The journey took 41 days as he traveled 13,000 kilometers (8,080 miles) through 11 countries and 31 cities.
   Adeyanju embarked on the trip partly to raise money for polio, in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Ikoyi Metro, Nigeria, where he is president-elect. He says he chose the cause because of a childhood friend who suffered from the debilitating illness.
   "Polio is a personal thing for me... as a boy, my best friend had polio and when we go swimming or play football, he could do none of those things. Sadly, my friend passed away some years back. If he hadn't had polio, he probably will still be alive today."

(Available in: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/kunle-adeyanju-london-to-lagos-lgs-cmd-intl/index.html.) 
According to the text, Kunle Adeyanju took the journey from London to Lagos in order to:
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Ano: 2022 Banca: UFPR Órgão: PM-PR Prova: UFPR - 2022 - PM-PR - Cadete do Corpo de Bombeiro |
Q1977483 Inglês
The following text refer to question.

'I survived two sandstorms and nearly ran out of water in the Sahara Desert,' says man who biked from London to Lagos

   Kunle Adeyanju is a self-confessed daredevil who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro twice and cycled from Lagos to Accra over three days.
   But it is his latest adventure that is creating a buzz after he successfully completed a motorcycle ride from London to Lagos.
   The journey took 41 days as he traveled 13,000 kilometers (8,080 miles) through 11 countries and 31 cities.
   Adeyanju embarked on the trip partly to raise money for polio, in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Ikoyi Metro, Nigeria, where he is president-elect. He says he chose the cause because of a childhood friend who suffered from the debilitating illness.
   "Polio is a personal thing for me... as a boy, my best friend had polio and when we go swimming or play football, he could do none of those things. Sadly, my friend passed away some years back. If he hadn't had polio, he probably will still be alive today."

(Available in: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/kunle-adeyanju-london-to-lagos-lgs-cmd-intl/index.html.) 
According to the text, it is correct to say that Kunle Adeyanju:
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1: E
2: C
3: E
4: C
5: A