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The natural balance between prey and predator has been increasingly_____, most frequently by human intervention.
There is some_____ the fact that the author of a book as sensitive and informed as Indian Artisans did not develop her interest in Native American art until adulthood, for she grew up in a region rich in American Indian culture.
Ecology, like economics, concerns itself with the movement of valuable _____ through a complex network of producers and consumers.
Observable as a tendency of our culture is a (i)_____ of (ii)_____ psychoanalysis: we no longer feel that it can solve our emotional problems.
The struggle of the generations is one of the obvious constants of human affairs; therefore, it may be presumptuous to suggest that the rivalry between young and old in Western society during the current decade is _____ critical.
Rhetoric often seems to(i)_____ over reason in a heated debate, with both sides(ii)_____ in hyperbole.
Melodramas, which presented stark oppositions between innocence and criminality, virtue and corruption, good and evil, were popular precisely because they offered the audience a world (i)_____ of (ii)_____.
In the current research program, new varieties of apple trees are evaluated under different agricultural(i)_____ for tree size, bloom density, fruit size, (ii)_____ to various soils, and resistance to pests and disease.
At first, I found her gravity rather intimidating; but, as I saw more of her, I found that_____ was very near the surface.
Even though in today's Soviet Union the(i)_____ the Muslim clergy have been accorded power and privileges, the Muslim laity and the rank-and- file clergy still have little(ii)_____ to practice their religion.
The proponents of recombinant DNA research have decided to_____ federal regulation of their work; they hope that by making this compromise they can forestall proposed state and local controls that might be even stiffer.
It is to the novelist's credit that all of the episodes in her novel are presented realistically, without any_____ or playful supernatural tricks.
Our new tools of systems analysis, powerful though they may be, lead to(i)_____ theories, especially, and predictably, in economics and political science, where productive approaches have long been highly(ii)_____
Nineteenth-century scholars, by examining earlier geometric Greek art, found that classical Greek art was not a magical(i)_____ or a brilliant(ii)_____ blending Egyptian and Assyrian art, but was independently evolved by Greeks in Greece.
Dreams are _____in and of themselves, but, when combined with other data, they can tell us much about the dreamer.
The Muses are _____deities: they avenge themselves without mercy on those who weary of their charms.
Without the psychiatrist's promise of confidentiality, trust is (i)_____and the patient's communication limited; even though confidentiality can thus be seen to be precious in therapy, moral responsibility sometimes requires a willingness to (ii)_____it.
Having fully embraced the belief that government by persuasion is preferable to government by (i)_____, the leaders of the movement have recently (ii)_____most of their previous statements supporting totalitarianism.
The powers and satisfactions of primeval people, though few amd meager, were _____their few and simple desires.
Some scientists argue that carbon compounds play such a central role in life on Earth because of the possibility of _____resulting from the carbon atom's ability to form an unending series of different molecules.

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