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The movie has a surfeit of inscrutable characters and tortuous subplots, so it is no surprise that viewers leaving the recent screening appeared ___________.
Prose (i)________ the notion that, as a patron of the arts, Peggy Guggenheim was (ii)________; Guggenheim, Prose argues, simply had limited funds to bestow on the many artists and writers who depended on her.
Scientists have devised several techniques for improving crop plants; recombinant genetic technology is just the latest and most (i)________ of them. By contrast, another (ii)________ method-bombarding seeds with radiation in the hope of producing (iii)________ mutations-prompted no questions about the safety of the countless crops it produced.
According to Merrin, many law school curricula are (i)________ the challenge of fostering an adequate ethical understanding among their students. By focusing exclusively on what lawyers can or cannot get away with, core legal ethics courses often inadvertently promote a (ii)________ ethics, thus creating an (iii)________ audience for efforts to instil an appropriately broad grasp of the ethical challenges lawyers face.
Tender yet never ________, the memoir engages the reader without resorting to cliches.
The 1901 steel negotiations featured Morgan in his most famously __________ mode: knocking heads together, barking out prices for properties, and forcing titans to truckle to his will.
Researchers concluded that although the success of pearl millet crops in the region varied with seasonal climatic conditions, cultivation remains ____________ because of pearl millet`s predisposition to perform under stressful growing conditions, including drought.
There is a risk in _________ vagueness in speech: all kinds of distortions and lies can go unrecognized in the general haziness and so come off as facts.
The United States Constitution was intended to be adaptable to the demands of the various crises of human affairs, and judicial reinterpretation is the necessary means by which this _____________ is preserved.
The watchword in astronomy is _____________: all claims must be examined critically in the light of current knowledge, and one's mind should never be closed to the possibility that a theory could be wrong.
The idea that arguments based on probability are deployed only by (i) _____________ persons is (ii) _____________ even among scientists. Perhaps such an evaluation has partly to do with the origins of the subject in the mathematics of gambling games, not generally regarded as pastimes for people of good character.
Because the currents that flow back and forth between the Galapagos Islands and the Ecuadoran mainland create connections, the evolutionary (i) _____________ of the sea creatures in the two areas, compared with that of the land dwellers, has been (ii) _____________.
Although his detractors tend to disparage him as (i) _____________, Santayana did not (ii)_____________. On the contrary, his many creations, in a wide variety of genres, proved to be remarkably of a piece, each a different way of organizing and expressing the same philosophical vision.
Twenty years ago, when the book was first published, most reviewers dismissed the author's predictions as (i) _____________. Sometimes people (ii) _____________ their errors: those same reviewers today, comparing the predictions with actual events, acknowledge how (iii) _____________ the author was.
It is commonly said that each person's aesthetic taste is _____________, yet that notion overlooks a large body of shared aesthetic preferences.
The scholars` hypothesis challenges the scope of human psychological and behavioral universals, but does not dispense with them entirely: the team remains confident that displays of pride, for instance, are _____________.
In literature, thrillers thrive on heroes and villains, and usually the characterization is not very _____________; writers don't want to confuse or slow the plot.
The historical study of pregnancy and childbearing began fairly recently and has been hindered by the relative _____________ of records concerning these particular experiences.
Some species` camouflage patterns may be _____________, granting those species a higher chance of survival in a heterogeneous environment.
If we admire Winslow Homer as he wished to be admired, for his avoidance of claptrap and sentimentality, we may fear that Wood has done him a disservice by introducing _____________ note into his discussion of the painter.

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