下面的短文有15处空白，请根据短文内容为每处空白确定1个最佳选项。 Passive Smoking Is Workplace Killer
Pressure mounted on Britain on Monday to take action on_______(51)smoking with new research showing second—hand smoke_______ (52)about one worker each week in the hospitality industry(服务行业)．
Professor Knorad Jamrozik，of Imperial(帝国的)College in London，told a conference on environmental tobacco that second—hand_______ (53)kills 49 employees in pubs，bars，restaurants and hotels each year and contributes to 700 deaths from lung cancer，heart_______ (54)and stroke across the total national work force.
“Exposure in the hospitality_______ (55)at work outweighs(超过)the consequences of exposure of living_______ (56)a smoker for those staff,” jamrozik said in an interview．
other_______ (57)have measured the levels of exposure to passive smoking but Jamrozik calculated how it would translate into avoidable deaths．
His findings are_______ (58)on the number of people working in the hospitality industry in Britain，their exposure to second hand smoke and their_______ (59)of dying from it．
Jamrozik said the findings would apply to_______ (60)countries in Europe because，to a greater or_______ (61)extent，levels of smoking in the community are similar.
Professor Carol Black，president of the Royal College of Physicians，which sponsored the meeting．said the research is proof of the need for a ban on smoking In_______ (62)places．
“Environmental tobacco smoke in pubs，bars，restaurants and other public places is _______ (63)damaging to the health of employees as well as the general public，”she said in a statement。
“ Making these places smoke—free not only protects vulnerable(易受伤害的)staff and the public，it will_______(64)help over 300，000 people in Britain to stop smoking completely，”she added.
Ireland recently became the first country to introduce a national ban on smoking in public_______ (65)．New York and parts of Australia have taken similar measures.
51. A natural B passive C extensive D whole
52. A hurts B kills C wounds D injures
53. A dealing B working C shopping D smoking
54. A rate B motion C disease D system
55. A industry B level C location D nature
56. A with B close C for D next
57. A patients B researchers C members D smokers
58. A based B applied C called D hoped
59. A habits B places C chances D ideas
60. A most B no C few D much
61. A small B larger C more D lesser
62. A private B secret C public D open
63. A strangely B seriously C nervously D personally
64. A yet B still C just D also
65. A places B sports C moves D actions