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Underlying the new laws against business corruption is the growing recognition that bribery and extortion have demonstrably (i)____________ consequences. Gone is the day when some pundits seriously argued that corruption should be(ii)_____________ as an inevitable by-product of intractable economic forces.
By sucking people into towns and draining the countryside of communities and workers, the passenger train (i)____________ its reason for being: moving people between country districts and urban centers. The major (ii)____________ urbanization in the United States, the railway fell victim to it. Once the overwhelming majority of nonelective journeys were either very long or very short, it became (iii)____________ for people to undertake them in planes or cars.
The convergence of two disparate sciences allows the imagining of new questions that cannot be addressed by knowledge and techniques ____________ either field.
The problem of not understanding the solar wind, a high-speed stream of particles permeating space around Earth, is not merely ____________: explosive solar energy traveling through it theatens astronauts and satellites orbiting Earth.
One of the problems of light verse is that it thrives on ____________ and thus has a short shelf life.
According to Peter Kwapong, rural Ghanaian farmers, despite regarding stingless bees as useful animals, by and large have not ____________ the bees as economic resources.
Honoring science as an international endeavor, the Royal Society of London has always been committed to political (i)______________. Consequently, the society refused to (ii)_______________ members from enemy nations during the world wars of the twentieth century.
The episodes encountered in dreams tend to be quite (i)____________. Yet in this respect dreams' content differs from their causes, for dreams are as likely to have been molded by (ii)_________ events as by extreme and life-changing ones.
In 1926 Coco Chanel revolutionized fashion with the introduction of the little black dress, or LBD, a garment that became so culturally (i)_____________ that today many women own at least one. Although in recent years the LBD's very (ii)____________ has seen it relegated to the high-fashion margins, (iii)____________ as too safe, it now seems to be making a comeback.
After decades of research, engineers were (i)____________ the (ii)____________ bending and breaking of layered materials. However, new findings from materials science and engineering research have (iii)____________ their understanding of how such materials are deformed by stresses and strains.
The diversity of uses of the term "emotional intelligence" in popular culture has (i)____________definitional clarity: the term has become so (ii)____________ that it is (iii)____________ conceptual meaning.
Fungi are a basic component of every ecosystem, and their importance cannot be __________, but mycologists generally lack an understanding of which fungi are present in oceans and what roles they play.
Despite a reputation, once richly deserved, for ____________ in adopting new technologies, most big carmakers are pouring resources both into battery power and other alternative forms of propulsion, and into automated driving.
It is surprising that this copiously documented history of the New Deal has been criticized for not being sufficiently ____________.
It is puzzling that postmodern thinkers have won over so many followers with oracular pronouncements about the "death" or the "deconstruction" of the human subject, when the fact that we are selves, finite but real, appears ____________.
One example of a (i)____________ occurs in a vacuum state in quantum field theory. There, "something" and "nothing" are (ii)____________: it is entirely consistent for there to be nothing, and nonetheless for stuff to show up when we try to detect it.
In happier times, ours is a raucous, rude, cacophonous city, ____________ cursing, good-natured complaining, and laughing aloud.
Art historian Olu Oguibe contests Cavell's assumption of a human inclination to escape subjectivity, noting in the human species a _______________ to challenge the veracity of that which professes to be purely objective.
One of the reporter's central themes is that health care concerns were a secondary consideration to the reformers in their drive to limit if not completely ____________ the consumption of cigarettes.
Since it omits no discovery and no medical scientist of any importance, this book about the history of Western medicine has been justly described by reviewers as not only carefully researched and well organized but also ____________.

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