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There is perhaps some truth in that waggish old definition of a scholar—a siren that calls attention to a fog without doing anything to _____it.
Cryogenic energy storage has the advantage of being suitable in any(i)_____, regardless of geography or geology, factors that may(ii)_____both underground gas storage and pumped hydroelectric storage.
The newborn human infant is not a passive figure, nor an active one, but what might be called an actively _____one, eagerly attentive as it is to sights and sounds.
Opponents of the expansion of the market economy, although in(i)_____, continued to constitute(ii)_____political force throughout the century.
Nature's energy efficiency often(i)_____human technology: despite the intensity of the light fireflies produce, the amount of heat is negligible; only recently have humans developed chemical light-producing systems whose efficiency(ii)_____the firefly's system.
Scholars' sense of the uniqueness of the central concept of "the state" at the time when political science became an academic field quite naturally led to striving for a correspondingly _____mode of study.
Just as astrology was for centuries(i)_____faith, countering the strength of established churches, so today believing in astrology is an act of(ii)_____ the professional sciences.
Despite the fact that the two council members belonged to different political parties, they _____ the issue of how to finance the town debt.
The breathing spell provided by the _____ arms shipments should give all the combatants a chance to reevaluate their positions.
The notion that cultural and biological influences _____ determine cross-cultural diversity is discredited by the fact that, in countless aspects of human existence, it is cultural programming that overwhelmingly accounts for cross-population variance.
Because medieval women's public participation in spiritual life was not welcomed by the male establishment, a compensating(i)_____ religious writings, inoffensive to the members of the establishment because of its(ii)_____ became important for many women.
This final essay, its prevailing kindliness(i)_____ by occasional flashes of savage irony, bespeaks the(ii)_____ character of the author.
Although his attempts to appear psychotic were so(i)_____ as to be almost(ii)_____, there is evidence that Ezra Pound was able to avoid standing trial for treason merely by faking symptoms of mental illness.
The(i)_____ questions that consistently structure the study of history must be distinguished from merely(ii)_____ questions, which have their day and then pass into oblivion.
Despite the apparently bewildering complexity of this procedure, the underlying(i)_____is quite(ii)_____.
In television programming, a later viewing time often(i)_____a more(ii)_____audience and, therefore, more challenging subjects and themes.
The cultivation of the emotion of natsukashii, interpretable as "pleasant sorrow," brings Japanese to Kyoto in the spring, not to(i)_____the cherry blossoms in full bloom but to(ii)_____the fading, falling flowers.
Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations (1776) is still worth reading, more to appreciate the current(i)_____of Smith's valid contributions to economics than to see those contributions as the (ii)_____of present-day economics.
At several points in his discussion, Graves, in effect, _____evidence when it does not support his argument, tailoring it to his needs.
Regardless of what _____theories of politics may propound, there is nothing that requires daily politics to be clear, thorough, and consistent—nothing, that is, that requires reality to conform to theory.

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