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He was never (i) _____________: he was nothing if not (ii) _____________, so he forbore for the present to declare his passion.
During Nigeria's colonial period, the country's Igbo societies had (i) _____________ sense of gender distinctions, but the idea of a strict division of labor along gender lines (ii)_____________. Indeed, the social roles of women and men were quite (iii)_____________, based on what people did rather than on existential categories like gender.
The tape recorder is to blame for the (i) _____________ of the interview and has thus had a (ii) _____________ effect on journalism. The possibility of verbatim reproduction has fostered the illusion that the voice of truth is that of the interviewee rather than the more critically detached voice belonging to the journalist. Maybe journalists should return to the lowly notebook, which allows them to (iii) _____________ while listening, relegating the tape recorder to its real role of invaluable witness.
The traditional set of nine planets could have been retained by defining a planet as any object that has the unique combination of characteristics of any one of the nine objects that were considered planets in the late twentieth century. That definition would not be (i) _____________; that is, it does not contradict the evidence. Its (ii) _____________, however, renders it less (iii) _____________ than definitions based on astronomical criteria, such as orbit, size, and gravitation.
A single, cheap tablet combining a range of drugs that protect against heart disease was _____________ years ago, but pharmaceutical companies were reluctant to undertake the project because it failed to provide sufficient financial incentive.
Although the claim that no one knows what dark matter is remains _____________, some scientists dispute the parallel assertion that dark matter has not been detected.
The auditors are relying on the failing bank to make changes that it has steadfastly resisted for years and even now does not seem _____________ to carry out.
Faced with so much conflicting information on the internet, many people come to believe that all sources are so _____________ that efforts to discriminate between the true and the false are inevitably futile.
This artistic and literary movement reflected a widespread nihilistic protest against every aspect of Western culture and thus _____________ the particular aesthetic values of that culture.
In the solar system, collisions involving cosmic objects are among the most _____________ processes shaping surfaces: images of many solar system objects show a proliferation of impact craters formed throughout the past 4.5 billion years.
Feeling that Francisco Suarez`s views on early modern philosophy had received an amount of attention (i)_____________ their great importance, the scholar decided to write a paper about Suarez to help (ii) _____________ that neglect.
Though nations no longer (i) _____________ nuclear physicists-the men and women who once delivered the destructive power of the atom bomb-physics still has the same power to (ii) _____________, but in another way, by revealing the basic truths that underpin reality.
In light of Elizabeth's habitually (i) _____________ nature, her friends were quite surprised by her (ii) _____________ at the convention.
Although the Endangered Species Act is intended to conserve ecosystems, it is only the ecosystems of listed endangered and threatened species that the statute (i)_____________. Moreover, even in this sense, the conservation of ecosystems is (ii)_____________ the conservation of listed species: the word "ecosystem" appears only once in the statute, in the purpose statement, and from there the statute is (iii) _____________ species.
Only novel ideas should be awarded patents; if a concept is _____________to practitioners in a given field or has previously been published in almost any fashion, that fact should invalidate the application.
The vast majority of universities in the United States promote themselves as institutions of free speech and thought, construing censorship as _____________ their search for knowledge.
Although evolutionary psychologists do not seem quite as imperialist in their intellectual ambitions as their sociobiologist forebears of the 1970s, they tend, in some critics` view, to be no less _____________ in their claims.
Given the many thematic strands that the book seeks to draw together into a continuous cord of narrative, it is perforce a work of _____________, which is not to say that the author's research fails to provide sufficient detail about each of his chosen themes.
The organization`s parlous fiscal condition led its members to expect that their plans for expansions would be ______________.
Parker's model of human affairs reflects (i) _____________outlook, in stark contrast to the generally (ii) _____________ analyses of her colleagues in the economics department.

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