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Just as different human groups have different kinds of musical traditions, different groups of whales have different dialects evident in their songs, and it is possible for one group to influence the (i)_____ of another. It has been documented more than once that a group of whales will (ii)_____ its own tunes and adopt the new songs of an unfamiliar group.
Any number of mysteries to which individual scholars of Athenian history have devoted whole careers are addressed by Ober, and mostly successfully. This will cause some (i)_____ among scholars who have worked for years on a particular problem only to see another scholar suddenly (ii)_____ it.
Wolosky claims that Ella Wheeler Wilcox joined other women poets such as Julia Ward Howe, Frances Harper, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman in critiquing materialism and possessive individualism. Woloskys description (i)_____ the poetry of Gilman, Howe, and Harper, but it is not entirely (ii)_____ in the case of Wilcox, who hardly (iii)_____ the materialism of her time. Rather, Wilcox seems to have embraced the amassing of private property.
Space is often referred to as the final frontier, as the only realm of which humankind has still to gain substantial understanding, yet the ocean realm is another vast area about which our knowledge is _____.
The occasional minor errors, while annoying, do not _____ the basic scholarship or the valuable contribution of this book.
Needing an advocate who would be both precise and succinct, they rejected McLintock, whose inveterate _____ would automatically preclude meeting those requirements.
Baker set a new standard for explaining difficult art in language the public could understand; consequently, her books remain exemplars of _____ in art-historical analysis.
He was a leader about whom the countrys people felt (i)_____: both (ii)_____ and reviling him.
Fables often endure due to their (i)_____, often telling one simple narrative, based around one character. This is both by design, because direct statements are more easily remembered than florid ones, and by accident, as fables are passed from teller to teller, (ii)_____ details fall away, leaving only the essential story.
To pay for the extra spending under this international poverty plan, each American would have to contribute less than the cost of buying a premium cup of coffee once a week. But financial aid is not (i)_____, and even if the funding recommended here were to (ii)_____, the grandest objectives may well remain unfulfilled. Nonetheless, carefully targeted aid can reward responsible governments, (iii)_____ individual initiative, and alleviate suffering. Many will think thats worth of a cup of coffee.
Her apparent _____ her background and ancestry seems unconceivable in an age when people tend to think of themselves to exhaustion.
For parents, the pleasure of letting children choose which book to read aloud together is not always _____: I well remembered my inner groans when my child would constantly pick my least favorite book from the shelf.
The monitoring is not _____: on the contrary, the defendant and his or her attorney are required to be given notice of the governments listening activities.
When studying human history, one must be aware that the _____ between historical periods are arbitrary; certainly none of the people alive at the time were aware of a shift from one era to another.
Memoirs are inherently (i)_____, but Larry McMurtrys volume of reminiscences about his life with books-not as a novelist but as a reader and bookstore owner-is especially (ii)_____: nearly every page sounds a note of farewell to an age of books that he sees as passing.
Federal efforts to regulate standards on educational achievements have been met by (i)_____ from the states; local governments feel that government imposition represents an undue infringement on their (ii)_____.
A minor criticism of the book, which is (i)_____ an understanding of the difficulty of doing direct research in Hong Kongs, is that So relied on secondary sources to tell the story of Hong Kongs political development, with previous histories of the period (ii)_____ his research. Given Sos (iii)_____ many of the players in Hong Kong politics, it is surprising that he did not use interviews and other forms of direct research to delve further into the motivations, strategies, and tactics of participants.
Recent proposals for fixing the climate have taken the form of large-scale geoengineering projects such as launching mirrors into space to reflect solar radiation away from Earth, undertakings that are vastly more (i)_____ than anything a nineteenth-century rainmaker could have cooked up. What is unclear, as one looks back at the history of weather modification research, is whether this resourceful ambition will be (ii)_____, or if, by contrast, it serves to make the scientific communitys (iii)_____ that much more devastating.
We do not always use words in accordance with their dictionary definitions, for meaning often fluctuates with context: that does not mean, however, that we are completely _____ in how we use language.
Today the chair of task force in charge of revising the psychiatric diagnostic manual is _____ post-people work for years to position themselves as candidates-but in the early 1970s, descriptive psychiatry was a backwater.
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