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Richard M. Russell said 52 percent of the nations growth since the Second World War had (i)_____invention. He said, (ii)_____research, the governments greatest role in assuring continuing innovation is promoting a strong, modern patent office. "Unless we can (iii)_____original ideas, we will not have invention," Mr. Russell said. Speculating on the state of innovation over the next century, several inventors agreed that the future lay in giving children the tools to think creatively and the motivation to invent.
Statements presented as fact in a patent application are (i)_____unless a good reason for doubt is found. The invention has only to be deemed "more likely than not" to work in order to receive initial approval. And, although thousands of patents are challenged in court for other reasons, no incentive exists for anyone to expend effort (ii)_____the science of an erroneous patent. For this reason the endless stream of (iii)_____devices will continue to yield occasional patents.
Ever a demanding reader of the fiction of others, the novelist Chase was likewise often the object of_____analyses by his contemporaries.
Her_____should not be confused with miserliness; as long as I have known her, she has always been willing to assist those who are in need.
For some time now,_____has been presumed not to exist: the cynical conviction that everybody has an angle is considered wisdom.
Serlings account of his employers reckless decision making (i)_____that companys image as (ii)_____bureaucracy full of wary managers.
No other contemporary poets work has such a well-earned reputation for (i)_____, and there are few whose moral vision is so imperiously unsparing. Of late, however, the almost belligerent demands of his severe and densely forbidding poetry have taken an improbable turn. This new collection is the poets fourth book in six years --an ample output even for poets of sunny disposition, let alone for one of such (ii)_____over the previous 50 years. Yet for all his newfound (iii)_____, his poetry is as thorny as ever.
Managers who think that strong environmental performance will (i)_____their companys financial performance often (ii)_____claims that systems designed to help them manage environmental concerns are valuable tools. By contrast, managers who perceive environmental performance to be (iii)_____to financial success may view an environmental management system as extraneous. In either situation, and whatever their perceptions, it is a managers commitment to achieving environmental improvement rather than the mere presence of a system that determines environmental performance.
Philosophy, unlike most other subjects, does not try to extend our knowledge by discovering new information about the world. Instead it tries to deepen our understanding through (i)_____what is already closest to us --the experiences, thoughts, concepts, and activities that make up our lives but that ordinarily escape our notice precisely because they are so familiar. Philosophy begins by finding (ii)_____the things that are (iii)_____.
The governments implementation of a new code of ethics appeared intended to shore up the ruling party`s standing with an increasingly_____electorate at a time when the party is besieged by charges that it trades favors for campaign money.
Overlarge, uneven, and ultimately disappointing, the retrospective exhibition seems too much like special pleading for a forgotten painter of real but_____ talents.
Newspapers report that the former executive has been trying to keep a low profile since his_____exit from the company.
In the United States between 1850 and 1880, the number of farmers continued to increase, but at a rate lower than that of the general population. Which of the following statements directly contradicts the information presented above?

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