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Credit is (i)_____, and hard for even one person to hold onto, but (ii)_____, sticky as honey, goes everywhere and sticks to everyone.
By holding the balance of power in the sparsely settled borderlands between English and French settlements, and by their (i)_____ to use their power against one or the other nation if not appropriately treated, the Iroquois played the game of European power politics with (ii)_____.
Raphael created works that were avidly sought by the most powerful and discriminating secular and ecclesiastical princes of his day. Some favored patrons he readily (i)_____; others, like the demanding Isabella d`Este, the overtaxed artist (ii)_____ with polite but (iii)_____ promises.
His calm exterior _____ the militant fervor with which he threw himself into the campaign.
Inured to the intense work engendered by the deadlines they normally faced, the production managers felt somewhat _____ by the temporary hiatus in orders.
During their famous clash, Jung was ambivalent about Freud, so he attacked the father of modern psychoanalysis even as he _____ him.
The issue of censorship on television is long-running; those few responsible for (i) _____ what content is delivered to the public have an often-misguided sense of their ability to predict the (ii) _____ of the public to material that may not even be considered questionable by all.
"Blog" is just one of the many (i) _____ that have emerged as computers have become (ii) _____ fixtures of daily life. There are, of course, (iii) _____ linguists who refuse to accept these computer-related terms, even though these same linguists rely just as much on computers as the rest of the population.
Despite the absurdity, her lengthy manifesto expressed many (i) _____ arguments, and many of her grievances were subsequently (ii) _____ by the women's movement, which gained force a year or so later.
It was easy to explain the haughty teenager's impertinent behavior and limitless desires; she was _____ throughout her childhood, and no whim was ever denied her.
Pundits were quick to say that the mayor's stance on environmental reform was far too _____; she easily relinquished her already minimal resolve to avoid confrontation.
Reporters described the storm's effect on voter turnout as _____.
Aristotle _____ the popular characterization of outer space as being a void; according to his philosophy, empty space would be an impossibility.
Both the relationship with space and penetration of space are of (i) _____ importance in dance. This is the same rapport the sculptor has with his clay or marble. The body sculpts the space, forming a place for itself, (ii) _____ creating a negative space, that which is unoccupied. A reviewer, writing about the (iii) _____ dancer Hoyer, said that Hoyer could express what could not be born in film or photography. She could capture the space as her own.
The artist was never very productive because of his (i) _____; however, when a glowing review of his latest work was featured on the front page of (ii) _____ newspaper, his confidence returned and he became what he had not been before, (iii) _____ painter.
Aside from their values and a (i) _____ to contest conventional thinking in their industry, what differentiates the mavericks chosen is their (ii) _____ hiring the best and motivating them well.
Lacking sacred scriptures or _____ , Shinto is more properly regarded as a legacy of traditional religious practices and basic values than as a formal system of belief.
In some countries, government restrictions are so _____ that businesses operate with nearly complete impunity.
That teachers are grossly underpaid, while not (i) _____ , may nevertheless still be (ii) _____ . While their (iii) _____compensation is rather low, they do receive excellent fringe benefits to more than make up for this deficiency.
The paper recently promoted the reporter; she is known for her _____ style, which elicits information better than the more aggressive approach taken by her colleagues.

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