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Ironically, the recent ____________ of the reductive observational methods that have enabled science to progress for four centuries may turn out to be science's next step forward.
He listened patiently, encouragingly, and with quiet amusement to my enthusiasm. Indeed, this turned out to be our pattern: I, more ignorant but more (i)____________, would babble on, while he would offer (ii)________________ objection or refinement.
Animals whose behavioral traits are (i)____________ thereby have a level of (ii)____________ when environmental conditions vary. However, studies of animal personality also suggest that the behavior of individual animals can be constrained to certain behavioral types, leading to consistent differences between individuals.
Despite their (i)____________ superior financial and organizational resources, pulp and paper firms moving into the American South in the first half of the twentieth century could not simply impose their will on the region. Nor could they assume that properly functioning markets for land, labor, and timber would (ii)____________. Instead,they had to develop strategies to (iii)____________ such markets that would be compatible with the complex regional politics of land and labor.
If a figure such as the editor and writer Pauline Hopkins presents (i)____________ challenges to a would-be biographer because of her confounding periods of silence, largely unknown personal life, and (ii)____________ papers, the problems posed by John Edward Bruce are of the opposite kind: he published (iii)____________ throughout his life,had an extensive correspondence, and left a huge trove of materials at his death.
In the twentieth century, many corporations succeeded by ____________ innovation: they found that the surest way to grow was to perfect the manufacturing of the same products, year after year.
When first introduced, cubicle workspaces were seen as having ____________ effect on office workers, but as cubicle sizes steadily shrank,the aspirations of the people working in them became increasingly constrained.
In many branches of science, our knowledge and technology have advanced so rapidly that new studies carried out with improved instruments and techniques may well ____________ research done just twenty years earlier.
Issues associated with intermittent availability of wind and sunlight as forms of renewable energy are not ____________ as shown by recent advances in energy conversion and storage.
Biologists traditionally thought that restricted gene flow was ____________ the development of adaptations in a population, but empirical evidence shows that adaptation can be maintained despite very high levels of gene flow.
Confidence in the nation's finances, barely nailed together by international financial institutions a few weeks ago, is still such a (i)____________ structure that the slightest disturbance could set it (ii)____________.
This book indulges in a number of convenient ____________, including its dubious timeline and its veneer of collective authorship.
With Duncan's ambitious study,Chesnutt appears finally to have outgrown the ____________ treatment he once received from literary historians and critics for whom he typically served as a merely transitional figure in the African American tradition.
The process known as amodal completion may seem ____________ to us, but it has turned out to be one of those things that is horrendously difficult to program computers to do.
Mathematicians have sometimes acknowledged that ____________ is a requirement for creativity: for example, Poincaré described explicitly a time when he experienced an insight after an incubation period, a period during which the unconscious mind was at work.
Given the ____________ of archival materials related to her subject, it is not surprising that the author is unable to marshal much detailed documentary evidence to support some of her claims.
The term "ragtime opera" was used frequently in the first years of the twentieth century, but more often than not its use was (i)____________. The very idea of "ragtime opera" was viewed as (ii)___________ : opera was regarded as the highest form of musical art; ragtime was at the opposite pole.
Female Korean shellfish divers, known as haenyeo, are (i)____________ the (ii)____________ the international seafood market: since they export most of their products, even consistent harvests translate into unreliable earnings.
Despite the (i)____________ nature of contemporary science, the (ii)____________ of many individuals (iii)____________: the work of women and minority scientists has too often been exploited or deemed rudimentary and unworthy of inclusion into science history books.
Ultimately the ethical implications of neuroscience may be (i)____________ than those of genetics. The transformations of behavior possible by manipulating neurons are both more predictable and more thorough than what can be achieved by altering genes. Even if the ethical and practical constraints on genetic experimentation suddenly (ii)____________, we'd have to wait decades to see the outcome of such experiments. Altering the brain's functioning, by contrast, can produce startlingly (iii)____________ results.

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