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Although Professor Pearson`s colleagues often complained that he was (i)_____, his friends were quick to defend him from this charge of (ii)_____.
Just because, as a photographer, Friedlander (i)_____ places that most people consider ugly does not mean that he is out to prove they are beautiful. Instead, his work suggests that the photographer simply cannot ignore so much of the built American landscape but is obligated to (ii)_____ what we pass through day in and day out, regardless of (iii)_____.
The nation`s robust economic performance could be _____ by the persistent flaws in its economic institutions and structure that are the result of half-finished and misguided government policies.
Taking to the mountains to escape the chaos occasioned by the collapse of the ruling dynasty, artists looked to nature for _____ and a serenity not evident in human society.
Because people expect theater directors to be authoritarians, many were surprised that Clark was so _____.
The students` _____ natures were in sharp contrast to the imperturbable dispositions of their teacher.
In a federally governed country, a regional government can function as a (i)_____ for the entire nation-a setting in which new ideas under consideration for national implementation are (ii)_____ without having to involve the country as a whole.
Despite dispute between the sisters lasted all summer, Megan remained (i)_____ and Laruen was equally (ii)_____.
The Great Lakes wolf is a _____, stumping scientists as to whether it is a subspecies of the gray wolf or a distinct species.
Readers have long considered Lawd Today! , Richard Wright`s first written and last published novel, _____; the novel simply seems inconsistent with the image of what a Wright text should do or be.
It is hardly _____ for today`s film to try to blur the boundaries between the moral and the immoral. Hollywood has been doing that since at least the 1960s.
Despite the neighborhood`s lingering reputation for _____, it has in fact become increasingly varied in its architecture and demographics.
That Seiberg and Witten lack celebrity can be explained by the _____ nature of their pursuit: the mathematical exploration of four-dimensional space.
World demand for oil had been intensified, but it slackened because China`s surge in oil consumption had (i)_____. Moreover, high oil price had themselves started to act as a short-term (ii)_____ the global economy, thus further dampening demand.
Despite the fact that the book promises a complete rethinking of the factors contributing to the conflict, the picture that the book paints is (i)_____: in identifying cause, it is more orthodox than (ii)_____.
Collecting such fragment of contemporary popular culture as postcards, newspaper clippings, and wallpaper patterns, Susan Hiller transforms these seemingly (i)_____ artifacts into objective (ii)_____ by making them the centerpieces in her compositions.
Reversing a decade-long trend on global _____, earth`s surface has become brighter since 1990, scientists are reporting.
All Shaker furniture implies _____ humanism in design: the Shakers made objects that look like objects, following a nonhuman law of design and rejecting the unconscious self-flattery inherent in making anthropomorphic objects.
The controversial social analysis that Moynihan offered in the 1960s is now generally recognized as having been prescient; in fact, it has been the _____ upon which much of our discussion of social pathology must base.
The life of a secret agent is dangerous enough, but the life of a double agent is infinitely more _____: a single slip can send an agent crashing to destruction.

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