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The nineteenth-century legislator Robert Barnwell Rhett was known for using language so intemperate that even in an era of considerable political ______, it came almost to occupy a category of its own.
Throughout the High Middle Ages, the English government became increasingly ______: the documents produced in the eleventh century could be placed on one large table, while the documents produced in the thirteenth fill whole rooms.
Some have challenged scientists who attribute the surge in amphibian deaths to habitat loss, since numerous populations have (i)_____ in protected parks and nature reserved-even in remote wilderness areas: places that are removed from humans modern effluvium and that are presumably (ii)_____ such effects.
Though nations no longer (i)_____ nuclear physicists-the men and women who once delivered the destructive power of the atom bomb-physics still has the same power to (ii)_____ but in another way, by revealing the basic truths that underpin reality.
Those who blame the inadequacies of science education for students lack of reasoning skills perpetuate their productive notion of science as (i)_____, unique in its capacity to inoculate us against superstition and ignorance. Certainly a good science education can (ii)_____ habits of mind, but the (iii)_____ effect of education in nonscientific, humanistic subjects such as literature and history should not be underrated.
Media stories about climate regularly use spokespeople from interest groups as sources, but what those individuals say is often (i)_____, citing results from scientific research in a highly (ii)_____ manner and (iii)_____ the caveats that are part of a full scientific assessment.
It is an ironic reversal that just those politicians who most vociferously _____ the distorting complexities of the countrys tax system are now the ones embracing an agreement that worsens the mess.
There is very little _____ in culture: an art form or a practice (or a language or an institution) can become extinct in a generation if it does not evolve.
Climate change without the Arctic is a recognized_____ change elsewhere: around the world, ocean levels and daily weather are interconnected with the fortunes of a region that was, until recently, largely ignored.
In spite of being one of the worlds biggest _____ of fossil fuels, the firm has made some environmentally responsible investments.
The notion that the director is the center of the team has been ______, but in fact it has not been accepted by academia.
The paradoxical characteristic of the reliable employee Donna is her ______, as we consider her usual feigning illness to escape from her labor.
Though the play crackles with humor, the dialogue is less (i)_____ when it comes to the dramas emotional core. There the players tend to spell out their emotions in (ii)_____ aphorisms, and repeat them as necessary.
If all stars are fiery gas balls like our own sun, and if the principle that the situation of our own solar system is not (i)_____ is (ii)_____, then one might think that many other stars should be surrounded by a retinue of planets and moons.
For Ruskin, architecture serves the community only when approached in a spirit of piety and (i)_____. Architecture must set effective boundaries to public space, and it does so by (ii)_____ the desire to show off, to stand out, to record the artistic flair of some temporary ego. Architecture succeeds in its public task through (iii)_____ and devotion, of the kind that can be observed in the moulding, firing and laying of a properly proportioned brick, but which is violated at every point by Frank Gehrys bombastic Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
The fall of the monarchical order produced a score of fragile successor states in Europe that _____ ethnic discontent and revanchism. This (ii)_____, when fused with those states` inherent feebleness, make for power voids and political (iii)_____.
The use of retail coupons is commonly touted as a consumer benefit, discounting the price on an item; however, if the coupon relates to an item that the consumer neither needs nor wants, the discount is _____.
During the fifteenth century, three aspects of the mathematical sciences were usually singled out as _____: their preparatory value for the study of philosophy, their practical advantage for the community, and their antiquity.
Most of the drugs used to treat celiac disease that are now in development would not eliminate the need for a gluten-free diet but would help _____ symptoms when some gluten is unintentionally ingested.
It is true that science, and more particularly scientists, _____ cherished paradigms with great reluctance and that when they do, scientific revolutions may result.

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