The word “rubble” in the text means

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TEN YEARS OF FEAR, GRIEF, REVENGE AND RESILIENCE

The Samaritan
By John Maguire

It is one of the day’s most familiar and most chilling images: rescue workers carrying the beloved Fire Department chaplain Father Mychal Judge from the rubble. But the man nearest Judge was no rescue worker: he was a 28-year-old associate at Goldman Sachs. Seeing papers flying in the air outside his office, he headed into the chaos on the ground. Just after the first tower fell, he found the men struggling to carry the dying Judge. It was too late to perform CPR, so John Maguire started back toward Ground Zero. Then the second tower collapsed. “I jumped under a truck, and everything went black,” he recalls. “I thought, ‘I guess this is how it’s going to end.’ “

Maguire eventually made it to the apartment of his sister, who showed him the photo the next day: “It seemed surreal.” He found solace in an unexpected place. Recalled to active duty, the West Point graduate served as a civic-affairs officer in Iraq from 2006 to 2007. Doing so was his therapy, alleviating a crushing sense of futility. Today, Maguire is back at Goldman. “_________( I )________ because I commute through that site every day.”
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MACKENZIE 2012.1 - QUESTÃO 13
The word “rubble” in the text means

a) broken bits and pieces of anything.

b) explosive device used as a weapon to disperse crowds.

c) violent expansion or bursting with noise, as of gunpowder.

d) a premature spontaneous burning due to the high temperature of air compressed in a cylinder.

e) combustion or consumption of fuel in such a way as to give off heat, gases and light.

QUESTÃO ANTERIOR:

GABARITO:
a) broken bits and pieces of anything.

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