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Paintings created in India during the Mughal dynasty were _____ in ambition but ornamental in presentation: in one direction they have a affinity with newspaper photographs, while in the other they have the intricacy of jewels.
It is a paradox of the Victorians that they were both _____ and, through their empire, cosmopolitan.
Since fibromyalgia`s symptoms can be (i)_____ and can (ii)_____ other disorder, and its diagnosis depends largely on patients` descriptions rather than blood tests or biopsies, fibromyalgia`s cause and treatment have been the subject of much debate.
Architecture scholar Sandy McCreery recently argued that traffic congestion, far from being a sign of urban (i)_____, is a mark of urban (ii)_____; congestion promotes contemplation of our surroundings and provides us with a shared experience, thereby fulfilling the essential task of the city.
When the Agriculture Department (i)_____ its dietary guidelines, it laid down a challenge: Eat better, smarter, and healthier or else. The "or else" included a long list of (ii)_____ that (iii)_____ the developed world, from heart disease and osteoporosis to diabetes.
The jazz style called bebop was born and nurtured in New York City, and despite a _____ initial reception, it resonated three thousand miles away on the West Coast.
Despite the _____ of medical information available through e-mail, the Internet, and mobile devices, not many patients are taking advantage of the potential of electronic communications for health-related needs.
The political upheaval caught most people by surprise: despite the _____ warnings of some commentators, it had never seemed that imminent.
Though many professional book reviewers would agree that criticism should be (i)_____ enterprise, a tendency to write (ii)_____ reviews has risen, partly out of the mistaken belief that sharing personal details will help reviewers stand out of the pack
Many of the unusual behaviors attributed to crows-such as drinking coffee or presenting gifts to people who feed them-are based on (i)_____ and therefore fall into the category of (ii)_____ rather than science.
Despite the scathing precision with which she satirizes the lives of social aspirants and moneyed folk, the writer appears to (i)_____ being part of the world she presents as so (ii)_____.
Though it may seem as if more than a century of _____ has made the electrical grid an all-encompassing web connecting the whole of the continent, many vast and beautiful areas remain without power.
Much of the literature of railroad seeks someone to _____, and it is thus replete with encomiums on entrepreneurs and managers.
The major _____ of much popular history is that it betrays no interest in making intellectual contributions to our understanding of an issue.
While early biographies of Florence Nightingale tended to be quite _____, Lytton Strachey`s irreverent 1918 essay about her ushered in a new era, making it acceptable, even fashionable, to criticize her.
The modest but functional new wing finally gives the museum the _____ to serve its visitors properly, including multiple entrances to eliminate the lines that used to snake around the building.
The benefits offered by information technology do not (i)_____ the need for individual reasoning; for example, Internet user should not allow the reasoning process to be (ii)_____ the mere accumulation raw data.
Because the book is largely concerned with an examination of various (i)_____ often encountered in contemporary thinking, such as an exaggerated appreciation for meaningless coincidence and a credulous accept of pseudoscience, much of the writing has a (ii)_____ quality to it. Nevertheless, it avoids the overly earned scolding tone common to many such endeavors.
The building affairs minister rightly recognizes that the current planning system-under which the government controls every aspect of construction-creates disastrous developments, but she is wrong to propose the opposite: the wholesale (i)_____ of the building market. Such a complete (ii)_____ of responsibility on the part of the state can hardly be in the public`s interest.
After rising continuously over the summer, commodity prices fell, leaving analyst wondering whether the downward trend is a turning point or merely a _____ before demand picks up in the winter months.
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