General Knowledge 213

Test # 213


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Which one of the following IT firm has won a Rs 400-crore technology outsourcing contract from the public sector lender Corporation Bank?

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Precautions while using X Rays

Which are the commonly done X rays

A chest X ray is most commonly done X ray. It helps to detect abnormalities in the lungs, but can also detect abnormalities in the heart, aorta, and the bones of the chest. It can pick up pneumonia, fluid in the lungs, cysts, infections, fractures and heart enlargement commonly. Other X rays done commonly are the X ray of the spine to spinal problems, X rays of the limbs for fractures and X ray of the teeth. Any part of the body can be X rayed depending on what the doctor is suspecting.

Basic English Usage
[do + be + adjective/noun
don't + be + adjective/noun]
  • Don't be ... is used to give people advice or orders.
      Don't be afraid. Don't be a fool!
    In affirmative sentences, we usually just use Be . . .
      Be careful!
    But Do be . . . is used for emphasis.
      Do be careful, please!!!
      Do be quiet, for God's sake!
  • In other cases, we do not use do with be.
      I am not often lonely, (not I do not often be lonely.)
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