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It is surprising that this copiously documented history of the New Deal has been criticized for not being sufficiently ____________.
It is puzzling that postmodern thinkers have won over so many followers with oracular pronouncements about the "death" or the "deconstruction" of the human subject, when the fact that we are selves, finite but real, appears ____________.
One example of a (i)____________ occurs in a vacuum state in quantum field theory. There, "something" and "nothing" are (ii)____________: it is entirely consistent for there to be nothing, and nonetheless for stuff to show up when we try to detect it.
In happier times, ours is a raucous, rude, cacophonous city, ____________ cursing, good-natured complaining, and laughing aloud.
Art historian Olu Oguibe contests Cavell's assumption of a human inclination to escape subjectivity, noting in the human species a _______________ to challenge the veracity of that which professes to be purely objective.
One of the reporter's central themes is that health care concerns were a secondary consideration to the reformers in their drive to limit if not completely ____________ the consumption of cigarettes.
1 ≤ x ≤ 6

-2 ≤ y ≤ 1

Quantity A

3x-2y

Quantity B

20


It costs d dollars to buy $$a$$ apples. At this rate, what is the cost of $$a+1350$$ apples, in dollars?
A total of $72,000 was invested for one month in a new money market account that paid simple annual interest at the rate of r percent. If the investment earned $332 in interest for the month, what is the value of r?

Give your answer to the nearest tenths of a percent.

_____%

Quantity A

$$1000^{1000}$$

Quantity B

$$100^{10000}$$


Since it omits no discovery and no medical scientist of any importance, this book about the history of Western medicine has been justly described by reviewers as not only carefully researched and well organized but also ____________.
Neither Giles, whose every initiative floundered, nor Haldeman, whose only successes were trifling, can be considered ____________ personal triumph.
The readiness with which media outlets gave the actor opportunities to air her ingenuous views on public health reflected the extent to which, in our culture, celebrity (i)____________ authority and negates (ii)____________.
(i)____________ analyses are (ii)____________ subtle data selection biases. This effect is illustrated by the enduring myth that animals can sense impending earthquakes. It is possible that animals respond to weak initial shaking that humans miss, but any pet owner knows that unusual behavior in animals is very frequent. People ascribe significance only in hindsight.
Which of the following best characterizes the relationship of the last paragraph of the passage to the first two paragraphs?
The author uses each of the following points to support the claim that bebop was "an isolated music" EXCEPT:
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about bebop musicians?
It can be inferred that, compared to earlier jazz historians, "historians today" are more likely to
The author argued that the industrial agricultural system that prevails in the United States is unsustainable and, therefore, anything that ____________ it should be questioned.

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