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Neither Giles, whose every initiative floundered, nor Haldeman, whose only successes were trifling, can be considered ____________ personal triumph.
The readiness with which media outlets gave the actor opportunities to air her ingenuous views on public health reflected the extent to which, in our culture, celebrity (i)____________ authority and negates (ii)____________.
(i)____________ analyses are (ii)____________ subtle data selection biases. This effect is illustrated by the enduring myth that animals can sense impending earthquakes. It is possible that animals respond to weak initial shaking that humans miss, but any pet owner knows that unusual behavior in animals is very frequent. People ascribe significance only in hindsight.
The author argued that the industrial agricultural system that prevails in the United States is unsustainable and, therefore, anything that ____________ it should be questioned.
The results of the latest survey being ____________, earlier results gave researchers little relevant experience for the new data's interpretation.
Despite the fact that the political scientist's negative forecast about the country's future is altogether (i)____________, its believability is (ii)____________ by her unrelenting pessimism.
It is often the case that a certain intellectual advantage may be found by being (i)____________ an established field of knowledge, but even if you accept the argument about the importance of (ii)____________ thinking, it is hardly the only significant thinking there is.
The power of laughter to affect the perceived funniness of television programming is (i)____________: most researchers have found that the inclusion of laughter on a program's soundtrack (ii)____________ the overall perception of humor, although it appears that it can (iii)____________ humor at specific points and thus boost the total comic appeal of the program.
Tao Zhu and Yaobin Lu found that personality traits can affect user adoption of mobile commerce, suggesting that a mobile service provider could benefit from ____________ the market, specifically targeting extroverts, for instance.
Stars are not ____________ like people, they are born, they live, and then they die.
Fara's book is no ordinary account of how scientific knowledge has accumulated. Instead, Fara focuses on how science has been guided by social and political factors. Her aim is to (i)____________ the notion of science as an objective search for truth. The study is an impressive (ii)___________ the idealization of science. Yet Fara takes her argument too far by (iii)_____________ how the knowledge produced by science relates to the external world: she treats all theories as equal, regardless of whether they are supported by evidence.
Whereas unimaginative novelists were once routinely accused of simply changing the personal names in works that would otherwise have been (i)_____________, today it is more common to learn, conversely, that a genuine piece of (ii)____________ has been (iii)__________ a writer's true confessions.
Natural selection has favored some instinctive reactions of organisms over others, so only those that promote survival and reproduction have become established, but instinctive responses need not be : they may adjust over time.
Gramwell claims that questions such as "What are the core assumptions of astronarmy" are ____________ the field of astronomical science; if someone is discussing the nature of astronomy, that individual is engaged in the philosophy of science rather than astronomy itself.
Orchestra players are not always the best judges of conduction. Not surprisingly, when evalating conductors they put a high premium on musicianship and (i)____________ and therefore typically gravitate toward conductors who are both technically competent and (ii)____________. But the ability to galvanize a hundred musicians into giving a great performance requires more than proficiency and affability.
Some renewable energy technologies are quite ____________: for example, hydro power from dams and rivers has been a source of power generation since the early 1900s, and today it supplies sixteen percent of electricity worldwide.
The prime minister's reputation for ____________ was sullied when it was revealed that he had known of fradulent activities taking place in the country's banking system but failed to report them.
Because her poetry can be so (i)____________, Sylvia Plath's continued popularity with readers may seem surprising, but perhaps it is precisely that (ii)____________ quality that accounts for Plath's persistence: her poetry satisfies a hunger for subjective intuitions.
By the end of the 1970s, the postmodern novel had degenerated from a bold attempt to (i)____________ the conventions of traditional narrative into a literary style as (ii)____________ as any other. There are, it seems, (iii)____________ number of ways to avoid telling a straightforward story.
Although legislators on both sides of issues have repeatedly (i)____________ a desire to find a middle ground, until now their actions disclose an unwillingness to (ii)____________ any compromise. The script followed by the latest statements has therefore become a familiar one. (iii)____________ posturing of questionable sincerity accompanied by an hint of real concessions.

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