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Some of the characters and themes depicted on the painted glass vessels found at Begram point toward an Egyptian provenance, but Egypt was not the ____________, and perhaps not even the principal place of manufacture.
Julia's success as an academic scientist came largely as the product of her gift for the scholastic ____________: although definitely not a genius, she had a plodding tenacity and an apparent immunity to drudgery.
Scholars of the civil rights movement have often characterized it as springing from social, political, and economic structures ____________ the South, thus overlooking the tradition of civil rights activism in other regions of the country.
Which of the following most logically completes the argument?
The author of the passage makes which of the following claims about the "theorists"?
The passage suggests that one reason the United States women's movement became more involved in electoral politics than did the Canadian women's movement was that
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about attempts by some in the women's movement to establish alternative routes for political engagement?
Naomi Hossain argues that Jeffrey Sachs' narrative about economic development in Bangladesh is best described as a ____________, since it presents many accurate observations but selectively exaggerates and minimizes for effect.
Traditionally, deep knowledge of nature had been regarded as ____________; during the scientific revolution, however, free and open communication of research came to be viewed as a sine qua non of scientific progress.
Although its (i)____________ is (ii)____________, the musical style known as "ragtime" has most often been described as an amalgamation of African American music with European forms.
Perhaps most (i)____________ to early-twentieth-century critics of outdoor advertising was that their legislative successes did little to diminish the exponential growth of the industry. Indeed, their reform legislation to some extent (ii)____________ industry expansion, as each new legislative action affirmed bill posters' right to occupy all but specifically proscribed spaces.
One of the most widespread traits among animals is (i)____________. It runs from (ii)____________, such as yawning when others yawn, to emotional (iii)____________, in which the self resonates with fear or joy when it picks up fear or joy in others.
When there is less natural dust blowing into eastern China, the air quality for millions of people there (i)____________: natural dust plays an important role in determining air temperatures and thereby promotes winds to (ii)____________ human-made pollution. Less natural dust, therefore, means the air becomes (iii)____________, with pollution becoming more concentrated and sticking around longer.
The author advances the main argument of the passage by
The primary purpose of the passage is to
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about the places mentioned in the highlighted section?
If the "deposits" were not discovered prior to 150 years ago, then which of the following would be a logically defensible inference?
Margaret Oliphant's literary output was ____________: it included almost 100 novels, 50 short stories, 25 nonfictional works, and in the region of 400 articles published in the periodical press.
The New York City response to the Astaires was enthusiastic, but in London it was ____________: British audiences had never seen dancers like them, and they associated the pair's seemingly effortless skill with an idea of the United States at its best.
The ____________ of Lord Kelvin's attack on Darwin for the latter's unsophisticated estimate of the minimum age of the Earth suggests that Kelvin's motives were not entirely scientific.

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