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Strains of Prochlorococcus plankton have such (i)________ sequences at their small subunit RNA genes that they would be considered the same species by the normal criteria used by microbiologists. By contrast, the same strains exhibit such ecological (ii)________ that they would be considered (iii)________ species by normal ecological criteria.
The quiet, careful member of a collaborative, creative pair may naturally be (i)________ by posterity in comparison with the brash, dramatic one. Braque and Picasso created Cubism together, but the mercurial Picasso is regarded as the star of the movement while Braque, because he was so much more (ii)________, has been relatively (iii)________ by history.
Prior to fermentation, cacao seeds are not________: they begin as something like apple pits and need fermentation to develop the chocolate taste.
In the face of competition from the Internet, television`s beleaguered leaders should take heart: disruptive technologies nearly always________ new ways to profit, sometimes even for the incumbent players whose business model is being upended.
Enlightened thinkers in late-eighteenth-century Europe broadly endorsed the concept of progress, yet theories of progress were usually________ a strong streak of pessimism, a sense of the challenges inherent in the human condition.
The work is alive and heterodox, the kind of ambitious failure that is more________ than many finely crafted critical successes.
The ability of the Grand Banks cod fishery to sustain intensive cod harvesting for many years gave it a reputation for________ that deceived even scientifically sophisticated observers.
While many books have emphasized the differences between Delaney and his father---and his need to differentiate himself from his father---Delaney takes pains in this memoir to________ his closeness with his dad.
To date, the search for signs of a planetary magnetic field from the interior of Venus has been in vain, suggesting that Venus` interior may not, as has been assumed, resemble that of Earth. However, the field may be (i)________ at times in its history, Earth`s magnetic field is known to have been (ii)________.
While several relationships fell by the wayside under the pressure of conflicting opinion, none was more affecting to the writer than her relationship with her brother. Her letters document a steady (i)________ of feeling: intense pride in him giving way to more moderate respect, trust (ii)________ as feeling of betrayal come to dominate.
It is a common complaint that female explorers have been unfairly (i)________ in modern historical accounts. Amelia Earhart, Freya Stark, and Gertrude Bell may be (ii)_______, but only a special would recognize the names of Fanny Workman or Janet Wulsin. Whether that is a matter of (iii)________ or a fair reflection of their achievements is debatable.
With so many scientific papers chasing so few pages in the most prestigious journals, the winners could be the ones most likely to oversell themselves---to trumpet amazing or important results that later turn out to be false. This would produce a (i)________ picture of scientific knowledge, with less (ii)________ but more (iii)________ results either relegated to obscure journals or left unpublished.
The archives of the museum, containing a plethora of documents that shed light on Picasso`s work, may, for a time, give us the illusion of total comprehension, but in the end it seems that Picasso is no more_________ than he ever was.
Many people perceive an unearned grandiosity at work in the news business and given that perception, it should be no surprise that they have such a strong________ for the business.
Madame Germaine de Stael, famous for her opinionated views, sometimes made enemies with her________ comments.
The arrival of the manual describing procedures for adding content to the Web site may mark a new, more __________ phase in the site`s history, and some contributors will no doubt become nostalgic for the unpredictable do-it-yourself days.
The physical (i)_____ seen in the remains of soldiers who fought in the fifteenth-century battle of Towton is unsurprising, given the (ii)_____ origins of the men who took the battlefield that day.
Many popular musicians have (i)____ new digital technologies that allow them unprecedented control over their music. These musicians use computers to (ii)_____ and modify their songs, resulting in a level of musical precision often unattainable naturally. Of course, though, as is often the case with new technologies, some traditionalists (iii)_____ these developments.
Origin, distribution, and habitat are included in the book for some but not all of the plants; offering this information for each species would have given readers a clearer appreciation of the differences between _____ and introduced species.
Although there is an incredible diversity of microbes across the body of each individual, the fact that specific body sites tend to host a few specific bacteria indicates that the body`s microflora are not _____ distributed.

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