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  • 1 - Questão 22533.   Inglês - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • From "Conclusion on Global Warming":

    One of the big questions of today is whether global warming and climate change can be stopped or whether it is inevitable. Though worried, most scientists believe that if we act now, “serious” climate change and global warming can be avoided. A few, such as James Lovelock who created the GAIA theory of the Earth as a living organism, believes that is far too late to stop the changes that
    are now unfolding. Politicians either deny that there is a problem or act as if there is plenty of time to do something. After weighing the arguments we in The GAIA-Movement have had to conclude the following:

    • Global Warming and Climate Change are unavoidable as they are already going on and have been so for quite some time;

    • they constitute an inevitable catastrophe that will unfold in the years and decades to come;

    • this fact cannot be reversed as the politicians in power will not provide the leadership needed to implement the monumental changes needed to reduce greenhouse gas emission and

    • the processes set in motion are of such magnitude that they by now can only be postponed or prolonged so as to allow more time for adaptation.

    We have reached our conclusions on global warming, climate change and the consequences thereof for food production and a number of other issues after studying books, films, websites, radio interviews, scientific magazines and reports.
    The information we have found points in a clear direction and has thus enabled us to make a clear conclusion.
    A basic book has been “Six Degrees” by Mark Lynas, a journalist who has studied many scientific reports and from that has been able to describe what may happen to the Earth as it warms 1-2-3-4-5 and even 6 degrees.
    Elizabeth Kolbert has written “Field Notes from a Catastrophe”. She has met many scientists working on global warming and the book has much dramatic information.
    Several other authors have written books that give many details on global warming and climate change such as “The Last Generation” by Fred Pierce, “The Weather Makers” by Tim Flannery,A Rough Guide to Climate Change” by Robert Henson, “The Revenge of GAIA” by James Lovelock and “An Inconvenient Truth” by Al Gore, who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his effort to inform about climate change. The last book is also on film and there are several other films that tell about different aspects of climate change and what can be done to build a world on renewable energy.
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a UN working group, which also received the Nobel Peace Prize made their latest report in 2007. We have studied the report which presents several models for how the climate may change during the next 100 years.

    Text taken from the Gaia Movement: http://www.gaia-movement.org/
    On: 10/23/2009
    “Gaia” is the name of a Greek goddess of Earth.
  • What’s the meaning of unfold in this sentence: they constitute an inevitable catastrophe that will unfold in the years and decades to come?
  • 2 - Questão 22546.   Direito Processual Civil - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Analise as assertivas e assinale a alternativa correta. Recebido o agravo de instrumento no tribunal, e distribuído incontinenti, o relator poderá converter o agravo de instrumento em agravo retido, salvo

    I. quando se tratar de decisão suscetível de causar à parte lesão grave e de difícil reparação.
    II. nos casos de inadmissão da apelação.
    III. nos relativos aos efeitos em que a apelação é recebida, mandando remeter os autos ao juiz da causa.
    IV. nos casos de admissão da apelação.
  • 3 - Questão 22554.   Direito Tributário - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Analise as assertivas e assinale a alternativa correta. A lei tributária aplica-se a ato ou fato pretérito
    I. em qualquer caso, quando seja expressamente interpretativa, excluída a aplicação de penalidade à infração dos dispositivos interpretados.
    II. tratando-se de ato não definitivamente julgado quando deixe de defini-lo como infração.
    III. tratando-se de ato definitivamente julgado quando deixe de tratá-lo como contrário a qualquer exigência de ação ou omissão, desde que não tenha sido fraudulento e não tenha implicado em falta de pagamento de tributo.
    IV. tratando-se de ato não definitivamente julgado quando lhe comine penalidade menos severa que a prevista na lei vigente ao tempo da sua prática.
  • 4 - Questão 22538.   Direito Civil - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • À respeito da Transação no Código Civil, assinale a alternativa INCORRETA.
  • 5 - Questão 22534.   Inglês - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • From "Conclusion on Global Warming":

    One of the big questions of today is whether global warming and climate change can be stopped or whether it is inevitable. Though worried, most scientists believe that if we act now, “serious” climate change and global warming can be avoided. A few, such as James Lovelock who created the GAIA theory of the Earth as a living organism, believes that is far too late to stop the changes that
    are now unfolding. Politicians either deny that there is a problem or act as if there is plenty of time to do something. After weighing the arguments we in The GAIA-Movement have had to conclude the following:

    • Global Warming and Climate Change are unavoidable as they are already going on and have been so for quite some time;

    • they constitute an inevitable catastrophe that will unfold in the years and decades to come;

    • this fact cannot be reversed as the politicians in power will not provide the leadership needed to implement the monumental changes needed to reduce greenhouse gas emission and

    • the processes set in motion are of such magnitude that they by now can only be postponed or prolonged so as to allow more time for adaptation.

    We have reached our conclusions on global warming, climate change and the consequences thereof for food production and a number of other issues after studying books, films, websites, radio interviews, scientific magazines and reports.
    The information we have found points in a clear direction and has thus enabled us to make a clear conclusion.
    A basic book has been “Six Degrees” by Mark Lynas, a journalist who has studied many scientific reports and from that has been able to describe what may happen to the Earth as it warms 1-2-3-4-5 and even 6 degrees.
    Elizabeth Kolbert has written “Field Notes from a Catastrophe”. She has met many scientists working on global warming and the book has much dramatic information.
    Several other authors have written books that give many details on global warming and climate change such as “The Last Generation” by Fred Pierce, “The Weather Makers” by Tim Flannery,A Rough Guide to Climate Change” by Robert Henson, “The Revenge of GAIA” by James Lovelock and “An Inconvenient Truth” by Al Gore, who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his effort to inform about climate change. The last book is also on film and there are several other films that tell about different aspects of climate change and what can be done to build a world on renewable energy.
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a UN working group, which also received the Nobel Peace Prize made their latest report in 2007. We have studied the report which presents several models for how the climate may change during the next 100 years.

    Text taken from the Gaia Movement: http://www.gaia-movement.org/
    On: 10/23/2009
    “Gaia” is the name of a Greek goddess of Earth.
  • According to the text what’s the inevitable catastrophe that will unfold in the years and decades to come?
  • 6 - Questão 22547.   Direito Processual Civil - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Analise as assertivas e assinale a alternativa correta. De acordo coma Lei Federal n° 6830/80, o executado oferecerá embargos, no prazo de 30 (trinta) dias, contados

    I. do depósito.
    II. da juntada da prova da fiança bancária.
    III. da intimação da penhora.
    IV. da intimação da juntada da prova da fiança bancária.
  • 7 - Questão 22543.   Direito Administrativo - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Qualquer cidadão é parte legítima para antes da data fixada para a abertura dos envelopes de habilitação impugnar edital de licitação por irregularidades na aplicação da Lei 8666/93, devendo protocolar o pedido até
  • 8 - Questão 22556.   Direito Tributário - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Assinale a alternativa correta. A pessoa natural ou jurídica de direito privado que adquirir de outra, por qualquer título, fundo de comércio ou estabelecimento comercial, industrial ou profissional, e continuar a respectiva exploração, sob a mesma ou outra razão social ou sob firma ou nome individual, responde pelos tributos, relativos ao fundo ou estabelecimento adquirido, devidos até à data do ato
  • 9 - Questão 22535.   Inglês - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • From "Conclusion on Global Warming":

    One of the big questions of today is whether global warming and climate change can be stopped or whether it is inevitable. Though worried, most scientists believe that if we act now, “serious” climate change and global warming can be avoided. A few, such as James Lovelock who created the GAIA theory of the Earth as a living organism, believes that is far too late to stop the changes that
    are now unfolding. Politicians either deny that there is a problem or act as if there is plenty of time to do something. After weighing the arguments we in The GAIA-Movement have had to conclude the following:

    • Global Warming and Climate Change are unavoidable as they are already going on and have been so for quite some time;

    • they constitute an inevitable catastrophe that will unfold in the years and decades to come;

    • this fact cannot be reversed as the politicians in power will not provide the leadership needed to implement the monumental changes needed to reduce greenhouse gas emission and

    • the processes set in motion are of such magnitude that they by now can only be postponed or prolonged so as to allow more time for adaptation.

    We have reached our conclusions on global warming, climate change and the consequences thereof for food production and a number of other issues after studying books, films, websites, radio interviews, scientific magazines and reports.
    The information we have found points in a clear direction and has thus enabled us to make a clear conclusion.
    A basic book has been “Six Degrees” by Mark Lynas, a journalist who has studied many scientific reports and from that has been able to describe what may happen to the Earth as it warms 1-2-3-4-5 and even 6 degrees.
    Elizabeth Kolbert has written “Field Notes from a Catastrophe”. She has met many scientists working on global warming and the book has much dramatic information.
    Several other authors have written books that give many details on global warming and climate change such as “The Last Generation” by Fred Pierce, “The Weather Makers” by Tim Flannery,A Rough Guide to Climate Change” by Robert Henson, “The Revenge of GAIA” by James Lovelock and “An Inconvenient Truth” by Al Gore, who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his effort to inform about climate change. The last book is also on film and there are several other films that tell about different aspects of climate change and what can be done to build a world on renewable energy.
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a UN working group, which also received the Nobel Peace Prize made their latest report in 2007. We have studied the report which presents several models for how the climate may change during the next 100 years.

    Text taken from the Gaia Movement: http://www.gaia-movement.org/
    On: 10/23/2009
    “Gaia” is the name of a Greek goddess of Earth.
  • What seems to be the type of text presented here?
  • 10 - Questão 22542.   Direito Administrativo - Nível Superior - Advogado - CASAN SC - AOCP - 2009
  • Analise as assertivas e assinale a alternativa correta. As obras e os serviços somente poderão ser licitados quando

    I. houver projeto básico aprovado pela autoridade competente e disponível para exame dos interessados em participar do processo licitatório.
    II. existir orçamento detalhado em planilhas que expressem a composição de todos os seus custos unitários.
    III. houver previsão de recursos orçamentários que assegurem o pagamento das obrigações decorrentes de obras ou serviços a serem
    executadas no exercício financeiro posterior, de acordo com o respectivo cronograma.
    IV. o produto dela esperado estiver contemplado nas metas estabelecidas no Plano Plurianual de que trata o art. 165 da Constituição Federal, quando for o caso.