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According to the passage, which of the following is true of the collisions mentioned in the highlighted sentence?
That Seiberg and Witten lack celebrity can be explained by the _____ nature of their pursuit: the mathematical exploration of four-dimensional space.
It is a paradox of the Victorians that they were both _____ and, through their empire, cosmopolitan.
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 author of this travel guide (i)_____ to show his readers Cairo as it really is, but his information is not reliable: for example, his geography is (ii)_____, with one walking tour covering areas of the city that are twenty miles apart.
Even the cleverest use of time management techniques is powerless to _____ the sum of minutes in a person`s life (over 52 million, optimistically assuming a life expectancy of 100 years ), so people squeeze as much as they could into each one of them.
If newspaper consumers are concerned about more than (i)_____ and prefer to read news that is consistent with their beliefs, then (ii)_____ is not a journalistic flaw, but, rather, a cultivated feature. In a competitive news market, producers can use slant to differentiate their products and stave off price competition.
When a new scientific model emerges, research studies (i)_____ that paradigm tend to dominate in the scientific literature: the process of selecting articles for publication is tilted towards positive results. But once the paradigm (ii)_____, the academic incentives shift in the opposite direction: research results are more considered worthy publication when they (iii)_____ what has become the established view.
In order to cultivate new repertoire, the music industry is providing a hearing for previously _____ composers.
Even those observes who are the most _____ about genetic privacy issues would have to concede that genetic discrimination is rare: there have only been two cases of any notoriety.
The description of Green`s scholarship as (i)_____ is grossly misleading: while her research on interstellar particles is not especially novel, the conclusions she draws from her data are (ii)_____.
It can be inferred that the author mentions Ellison`s apprenticeship with Richmond Barthe primarily in order to
Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument relies?
Both inquiries were pushed forward by obsessive, heavy-handed investigators with political agendas; both dragged on interminably, with investigators ultimately chasing after details (i)_________ the critical alleged offenses. And just as the first inquiry long ago grew too (ii)________ for most citizens to grasp, in the same way the second inquiry hinged on immunological experiments so (iii)_________ -and produced so many conflicting interpretations of the allegedly fabricated experimental records---that impartial observers rarely knew what to believe.
The argument given relies on which of the following as an assumption?
If the information provided is true, which of the following is most strongly supported on the basis of it?
The author mentions "studies of lake and shallow ocean sediments" primarily in order to
Why does the author note that people "make inconsistent choices"?
In the context in which it appears, "mixed" most nearly means?

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