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Although Heron is well known for the broad comedy in the movies she has directed previously, her new film is less inclined to_____: the gags are fewer and subtler.
Bebop’s legacy is(i)_____ one: bebop may have won jazz the right to be taken seriously as an art form, but it(ii)_____ jazz’s mass audience, which turned to other forms of music such as rock and pop.
The exhibition’s importance lies in its_____: curators have gathered a diverse array of significant works from many different museums
Despite the fact that the commission’s report treats a vitally important topic, the report will be(ii)_____read because its prose is so(i)_____that understanding it require an enormous effort.
Carleton would still rank among the great(i)_____of nineteenth-century American art even if the circumstance of her life and career were less(ii)_____than they are.
Although based on an actual event, the film lacks(i)_____: the director shuffles events, simplifies the tangle of relationships, and(ii)_____documentary truth for dramatic power.
When Adolph Ochs became the publisher of The New York Times, he endowed the paper with a uniquely(i)_____ tone, avoiding the (ii)_____ editorials that characterized other major papers of the time.
Despite the fact that the amateur runner trained rigorously for six months before the race, he failed to(i)_____it: the course was so(ii)_____that even professional runners struggled to finish.
In linking geographically disparate people, the Internet is arguably helping millions of spontaneous communities to bloom: communities defined by common interests rather than by the accident of_____
It is as if Woodward could not bear to leave anything out; if he had(i)_____some of his material, the resulting increase in focus would have more than(ii)_____any loss in comprehensiveness
The hesitancy of many countries to embrace market reform is unfortunate, because many national success stories suggest that far from(i)_____such reform, countries should be eager to (ii)_____its benefits.
Contemporary lawmakers’ preoccupation with regulating the Internet is (i)_____ the way lawmakers treated many young industries in the past; United States railroads, for instance, were in business for 60 years before the federal government(ii)_____regulations.
Despite the fact that the book’s title suggests(i)_____, the author is not a charlatan claiming to offer a(ii)_____; rather, her book assessed all possible treatments of certain diseases without identifying any cures.
The profits that the corporation earns from the exclusive-supplier agreements with the universities are(i)_____, because the terms of agreements that they are inclined to protect the universities’ interests are generally(ii)_____.
Even by the company’s own standards of(i) _____,Its early years were extremely(ii) ______: it manufactured as many as three million appliances a month during that three-year period.
In the nineteenth century, composers exhibiting (i) _____ skill found themselves(ii)_____ as writers by periodicals that afforded them an opportunity to earn money and to make their views about music known
Writers typically do not (i)_____ the great visual artists of their own generation: for Courbet, considered by many to be the greatest painter of Baudelaire’s time, the poet offered (ii)_____praise.
common misconception is that linguists are concerned only with the origin and development of languages, but these topics, though they constitute an important part of linguistics, do not _____ the subject.
Far from being a(i) _____ portrait of the writer, the biographer’s life of Christina Stead is (ii)_____ many undigested and discursive excerpts from Stead’s fiction and private papers.
Traditional Navajo concepts of government are (i)_____; decisions are arrived at through consensus rather than (ii)_____ by a single authority.

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