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The ___________ in seventeenth-century Indian poet Kavindracarya Sarasvatis writings is reflected in encomia celebrating his accomplishments, for like his work, the encomia were made up of separate collections composed in Sanskrit and Hindi.
As a publisher and a businessman, Guillaume Rouille was ___________: he included a full set of portraits of the Ottoman Sultans in his encyclopedia to cater to the public thirst for information concerning the expanding empire of the Turks.
Saturn's rings seem ___________, but it now appears that several decades ago, the shape of the innermost rings was altered by a mysterious event that all our telescopes and spacecraft failed to detect.
Although Kito Hiroshi's portrait of Edo Japan as (i) ___________ is certainly (ii) ___________, the fundamental factors of population stability and resource renewal generally did favor social maintenance and even economic growth.
Although collisions between the largest planetesimal belt are _________, they can release large amounts of debris when they occur.
Mathematical knowledge has long been regarded as being essentially stable and hence rooted in a world of ideas only superficially __________ to historical forces.
In the Old Southwest, only writers who showed exceptional __________ were likely to become widely known, because the regions weak infrastructure inhibited the development of publishing beyond local newspapers that served small towns.
He found his new acquaintance to be ___________: trying to understand her personality was like peering into an unknown dimension.
Japanese law draws a distinction between currency imitation and actual counterfeiting: only the latter involved an explicit intent to _______________ the public.
The common principle behind the hourglass and the water clock is ___________: controlled movement of a fluid or fluid-like substance from one vessel to another can measure a predetermined amount of time.
Most tree-dwelling lizards drop to the ground when threatened. But Sphenomorpus sabanus uses (i)____________, avoiding predation by hanging upside down and clinging to a branch with its hind claws so as to resemble a twig. Researchers suggest that the advantages of S. sabanuss strategy is its (ii)____________. When predatory birds expect their prey to fall to the ground, the argument runs, (iii)____________ a lizard still hanging from a branch.
By using (i) _____________ prose throughout, the contributors to this anthology have been able to make their subject seem (ii) _____________ in the extreme-of concern only to one another.
The bird-watchers' ________________ distinguishing personal interpretations from factual observations was a liability in their stated goal of obtaining objective information about the everyday behavior of ravens.
The safety features of modern cars have actually had ____________ effect on peoples driving: drivers are lulled into a false sense of security by their cars sophistication and therefore drive less attentively.
In a production process that is complex and often unpredictable, roles that start out discreetly defined may become quite ______________.
After the first monarch butterfly overwintering site was discovered in Mexico in 1975, the biologist Lincoln Brower (i) _____________ the (ii) _____________ of additional sites. The principal reason for Browers contention was that roosting in a very limited area would make the species highly vulnerable to wildfire.
The newspapers described the writer as a (i) _____________, but she was really quite (ii) _____________once you met her in person.
Not all Native American languages have lexical classes corresponding to those of other languages: many have no adjectival category, and some have even brought the ________ of nouns and verbs into question.
Climate change is posited to be a frequent factor in mass extinctions by some scientists who speculate that minor climate shifts can trigger a catastrophic cascade of effects. Although this pattern is (i) _____________ in that it confirm warnings about our own possibly dire future, it is also somehow (ii) _____________, as it sets forth a context for today's turbulent weather as (iii) _____________ in a natural, cyclical process.
Science is a seemingly inexhaustible source of _____________, yet paradoxically scientists have been portrayed in recent decades as rather conservative--resisting innovation in their discipline sometimes to the point of dogmatism.
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