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Though only nine years old, the dancer possesses______flexibility that suggests she may become a balletic superstar.
Upstream dam construction can be _____ aquatic fauna: the natural seasonal flow patterns to which the fauna had become adapted are altered and populations therefore fragmented.
The companys steering committee, reluctant to be held any specific commitments, released a strategic plan that was deliberately _______.
Within the field of emotional intelligence research, disagreements remain about whether emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened or is _______ characteristic.
At one time researchers viewed the placebo effect as (i)_____, a statistical (ii)_____ faced by those attempting an objective evaluation of the efficacy of potentially legitimate therapies. That view has changed: the placebo effect is today seen as an important part of the healing process.
To function as (i)_____, literary critics must write well. A badly written book review is worse than a badly written political speech or greeting card; a badly written review is (ii)______, like a barber with a terrible haircut. If critics cannot write well, how can they authoritatively recognize and promote good writing?
Despite the recent proliferation of gourmet and specialty salts, studies suggest that it would take an unusually (i)_____ palate to (ii)_____ foods prepared with different salts-most salts taste the same to most people.
It is inevitable that ongoing research presupposes some accepted science as a principle. Usually no one even notices the implication that the accepted principle is being (i)______ unless there emerges (ii)______ that turns out to be sufficiently (iii)______ that the assumptions underlying the research come to be considered.
Whereas there has been extensive sociological research into how globalization affects finance, religion, and population, comparable studies of globalizations impact on lawmaking and the practice of law have been _____.
The fact that most hypotheses turn out to be wrong does not mean that hypothesizing is ______. In fact, most hypotheses include useful ideas that survive to become part of the next model or scenario.
New Zealands breakaway landmass proved ______ sanctuary for the tuatara, for the island lacked any terrestrial mammals that would dig up the tuataras slowly maturing eggs or pick off adolescents before they had a chance to breed.
Though he said nothing, James ______ his fathers meaning; the boy was far from being so obtuse as everyone thought him to be.
Demographic relationships that have been ______ may not be useful targets for prolonged study: that very characteristic suggests that they may continue to change rapidly.
The ability to reproduce in her paintings the supple and shapely lines of her great-grandfathers paintings seems to have ______ her the way a particular cast of mind might be perpetuated in another family.
In the search for truth, the knowledge gained by scientists consists of approximations with varying degrees of certainty. Such (i)_____ truth can be highly (ii)_____, as the rapid and relatively steady progress of medical knowledge well exemplifies.
The kilt has certainly had (i)______ history, outlawed as it was by Britain in 1746 as an emblem of nationalist subversion, then more recently (ii)______ from mens to womens apparel in a 2003 European Union survey, and ridiculed at various times for a wide variety of reasons.
Having displayed his art collection in a vast modernist white space in (i)______ former warehouse, Mr. Saatchi has chosen for his new site its polar opposite, a riverside monument to civic pomposity that once housed the local government. There is nothing (ii)______ about the new location: the buildings design is bureaucratic baroque, (iii)______ style that is as declamatory as a task-force report and as self-regarding as a campaign speech.
(i)______, we can safely infer causality by appealing to a set of general principles (Newtonian mechanics, for example) that are well understood and have been shown to apply in comparably straightforward circumstances. However, for the opposing class, which consists of (ii)______ systems like the global economy, human physiology, or the human mind itself, explanations of singular events are usually (iii)______, absent the requisite accounting for the intricate dynamics of such systems.
The _______ of highly social species like rhesus monkeys-and like humans-is that their complex sociality is the reason for their success, but its also the source of their greatest troubles.
Since new movie stars seem to be cut from only a few bolts of the same bland cloth these days, it is ______ just to be in the presence, once again, of a true original.

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