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Many artists believe that successful imitation,far from being symptomatic of a lack of _____ , is the first step in learning to be creative.
As serious as she is about the bullfight, she does not allow respect to _____ her sense of whimsy when painting it.
No one is (i)_____ about Stephens; he inspires either uncritical adulation or profound (ii)_____ in those who work for him.
Before about 1960, virtually all accounts of evolution assumed most adaptation to be a product of selection at the level of populations; recent studies of evolution, however, have found no (i)_____ this (ii)_____ view of selection.
The new biological psychiatry does not deny the contributing role of psychological factors in mental illnesses, but posits that these factors may act as a catalyst on existing physiological conditions and _____ such illnesses.
During periods of social and cultural stability, many art academies are so firmly controlled by (i)_____ that all real creative work must be done by the (ii)_____.
The First World War began in a context of jargon and verbal delicacy and continued in a cloud of (i)_____ as (ii)_____ as language and literature, skillfully used, could make it.
Because no comprehensive _____ exist regarding personal reading practices, we do not know, for example, the greatest number of books read in an individual lifetime.
In our corporation there is a (i)_____ between male and female (ii)_____ because 73 percent of the men and 34 percent of the women polled believe that our company provides equal compensation to men and women.
The wonder of De Quincey is that although opium dominated his life, it never (i)_____ him; indeed, he turned its use to (ii)_____ when he published the story of its influence in the London Magazine.
The reduction of noise has been (i)_____ in terms of (ii) _____ its sources, but the alternative of canceling noise out by adding sound with the opposite wave pattern may be more useful in practice.
While Parker is very outspoken on issues she cares about, she is not (i)_____ ; she concedes the (ii)_____ of opposing arguments when they expose weaknesses inherent in her own.
Hampshire's assertions, far from showing that we can (i)_____ the ancient puzzle about objectivity, reveal the issue to be even more (ii)_____ than we had thought.
Usually the first to spot data that were inconsistent with other findings, in this particular experiments she let a number of _____ results slip by.
Psychology has slowly evolved into an _____ scientific discipline that now functions autonomously with the same privileges and responsibilities as other sciences.
A major goal of law, to deter potential criminals by punishing wrongdoers, is not served when the penalty is so seldom invoked that it (i)_____ to be a (ii)_____ threat.
When people are happy, they tend to give (i)_____ interpretations of events they witness: the eye of the beholder is (ii)_____ by the emotions of the beholder.
Even those who disagreed with Carmen's views rarely faulted her for expressing them, for the positions she took were as _____ as they were controversial.
New research on technology and public policy focuses on how seemingly (i)_____ design features, generally overlooked in most analyses of public works projects or industrial machinery, actually (ii)_____ social choices of profound significance.
Paradoxically, Robinson's excessive denials of the worth of early works of science fiction suggest that she has become quite _____ them.

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