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We first became aware that her support for the new program was less than_____ when she declined to make a speech in its favor.
When a person suddenly loses consciousness, a bystander is not expected to(i)_____the problem but to attempt to (ii)_____ its effects by starting vital functions if they are absent
The remark was only slightly(i)_____ , inviting a chuckle, perhaps, but certainly not a (ii)_____.
Doors were closing on our past, and soon the values we had lived by would become so obsolete that we would seem to people of the new age as _____ as travelers from an ancient land.
Ability to _____ is the test of the perceptive historian, a history, after all, consists not only of what the historian has included, but also, in some sense, of what has been left out.
Estimating the risks of radiation escaping from a nuclear power plant is _____ question, but one whose answer then becomes part of a value-laden, emotionally charged policy debate about whether to construct such a plant.
Because modern scientists find the ancient Greek view of the cosmos outdated and irrelevant, they now perceive it as only of _____ interest.
Religious philosopher that he was. Henry More derived his conception of an infinite universe from the Infinite God in whom he believed, a benevolent God of (i)_____ whose nature was to create(ii)_____
While some argue that imposing tolls on highway users circumvents the need to raise public taxes for road maintenance, the phenomenal expense of maintaining a vast network of roads_____reliance on these general taxes.
Although they were not direct____, the new arts of the Classical period were clearly created in the spirit of older Roman models and thus____ many features of the older style.
In spite of the increasing_____of their opinions, the group knew they had to arrive at a consensus so that the award could be presented
By forcing our surrender to the authority of the clock systematic timekeeping has imposed a form of_____on society.
Our high(i)_____vocabulary for street crime contrasts sharply with our(ii)_____vocabulary for corporate crime, a fact that corresponds to the general public's unawar-eness of the extent of corporate crime.
What these people were waiting for would not have been apparent to others and was perhaps not very _____their own minds.
The attempt to breed suitable varieties of jojoba by using hybridization to (i)_____favorable traits was finally abandoned in favor of a simpler and much faster (ii)_____: the domestication of flourishing wild strains.
According to one political theorist, a regime that has as its goal absolute(i)_____, without any (ii)_____law or principle, has declared war on justice.
Despite its ---, the book deals---with a number of crucial issues.
Although frequent air travelers remain unconvinced, researchers have found that, paradoxically, the (i)_____disorientation inherent in jet lag also may yield some mental health(ii)_____
Ironically, the proper use of figurative language must be based on the denotative meaning of the words, because it is the failure to recognize this_____ meaning that leads to mixed metaphors and their attendant incongruity.
Although it seems_____that there would be a greater risk of serious automobile accidents in densely populated areas, such accidents are more likely to occur in sparsely populated regions.

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