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Some ambitious lawyers are willing to work on Supreme Court cases without charge in an effort to gain _____; they believe that this increased cachet will help them succeed in the future.
The authors unfortunate predilection for mannered turns of phrase and complicated metaphors had a tendency to _____ her works straightforward themes.
The councilman was a highly respected, even (i)_____ member of society, so when he was accused of fraud, people were (ii)_____.
Leo Tolstoy wrote many works of nonfiction and professed (i)_____ these explorations of ethics and religion compared with his novels and short stories. The fiction writer in him, however, was hard to (ii)_____. Handi Murdd is a short novel with the breadth and power of an epic, with vivid characterization and intense storytelling that sweep the reader away. While the reader senses the moral concerns of the tales creator, the novel is a far cry from the (iii)_____ of Tolstoys nonfiction.
Changes made to ecosystems in order to achieve a goal, such as food production or flood control, often _____ significant unforeseen trade-offs between other important products and services the ecosystems provide.
One big challenge with placebo responses is that they are _____: people given the same inert pill or potion may show wildly different reactions, and the effects can vary widely according to each persons illness.
The Chicago journal known as Poetry has been the launching pad for many poets since its _____ in 1913; among them, T. S. Eliot, Gwendolyn Brooks, and John Ashbery.
Although most land snails are _____, the giant African snail is a notable exception; it can be 15 inches long and weigh 2 pounds.
Knowing how (i)_____ she was at work, her colleagues were surprised at her (ii)_____ throughout the dinner.
Twenty years ago, when the book was first published, most reviewers dismissed the authors predictions as (i)_____. Sometimes people (ii)_____ their errors: those same reviewers today, comparing the predictions with actual events, acknowledge how (iii)_____ the author was.
As the biography makes plain, the scientist led _____ sort of life, rarely remaining in one place for long.
There is a revelation on almost every page of this book, and the authors prose is _____ in the best possible way: blunt, sweet, off-kilter, and often quite funny.
The potential reduction in water lost from the proposed reservoir from evaporation is _____ inconsequential: even the minimum projected reduction would save enough water to furnish the needs of a Denver-sized municipality.
As the release of the annual report drew near, it was clear that more than a few employees suspected the company was on the verge of bankruptcy; the belief was _____ throughout the organization.
The claim that large budget deficits significantly depress private investment and thereby hurt future wages and living standards is (i)_____; in reality, the (ii)_____ effects of budget deficits are tiny.
The small errors of fact in the work are not sufficient to allow one to (i)_____ Johnsons main thesis, but their cumulative effect is to make the reader (ii)_____ of the quality of his research.
While the Prime Ministers long-standing reputation for (i)____ practical power may (ii)_____ his recently stated willingness to devolve real power to regional assemblies and local governments, it certainly does not (iii)_____ his doing it.
Although a dedicated reader of the book can _____ a brief of chronology of Chapelles life, the book is nevertheless not a real biography of Chapelle.
In their quest for kinder cutting, physicians increasingly rely on endoscopic surgery, replacing large scalpels and clamps with cameras and _____ tools that snake into the body through tiny holes.
The restaurant often experience a decline in business after holiday seasons, for potential customers attempt to be more _____ to balance out their former celebratory indulgences.
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