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Julius Caesar made a display of ____________cruel retribution against fellow Romans, but only if these Romans gave up their opposition to him.
Action cinema has a reputation for giving spectators all action and no plot, and that reputation for narrative ____________ seems to have gained further traction with the increasingly ubiquitous use of digital effects.
According to Pasquale, because technocratic corporate managers often seek to cloak contestable value judgments in the garb of science, these managers have (i)____________ mathematical models that reframe (ii)____________ conclusions (such as the worth of a worker, service, article, or product) as the inevitable dictate of salient, measurable data.
The geographer held a (i)____________ view of the succession of theoretical trends (environmental determinism, spatial determinism, and various types of critical theory) in her field, maintaining that theory can (ii)____________ what is transpiring in a complex environment by focusing excessively on the favored schemes and variables of the moment.
It seems clear that the (i)____________ nature of the candidate's comments is calculated. As a long-standing target of critics who claim he is too radical, he understands that he needs to be as (ii)____________ as possible if he is to overcome his own reputation as an overly (iii)____________ leader.
The label "melodrama" tends to have (i)____________ implications when used to describe a film with historical subject matter. Melodrama is widely perceived as antithetical to cinematic realism and thus, from a perspective that seeks (ii)____________ rendering of the historical past, incapable of delivering the necessary (iii)____________.
Although boredom is ____________, recent research indicates that excessive amounts of it can be harmful to health.
Jamie offered to loan her classmate a pencil, on the condition that in three days he repay her with two boxes of brand-new pencils: who would have believed that such ____________ would exist among the young?
The development of expertise in artistic and other fields may depend partly on ____________: data suggest that a person's level of achievement correlates strongly with the hours of practice he or she puts in.
Dialogue exchanges indicating deep-seated rivalries among the characters abound in the novel, but they are almost always associated with_______events--everyday commercial transactions, for instance, or the preparation of an evening meal.
Contrary to what might be expected, having numerous relationships is not necessarily a________loneliness since loneliness is determined by the way people experience relationships subjectively.
Scientists have (i) ________ evidence to suggest a cause for the failure of the horse to become the predominant herbivore in central Alberta following glacial recession. A loss of optimal food resources has been cited as a possible cause of the decline of horse populations elsewhere, but the Albertan vegetation data for the period are (ii)________.
The reclusive clergyman may have lived and died in melancholy, but this doesn't seem to have (i)_______his genius in any way. On the contrary, we find ourselves wondering whether his genius wasn't(ii)_______in some mysterious way by his mood.
The explanation of tornado formation according to which tornadoes form during a twisting clash of air masses is clearly(i)________: such clashes occur very frequently both in the United States and in countries where tornadoes are(ii) ________.
Although Sapir and Whorf's notion that different languages may impart different cognitive skills met with (i)_______early on, they had little evidence to support their claim. By the 1970s many scientists had become (ii) _______their hypothesis, and it was largely(iii) _______as a new set of theories claiming that language and thought are universal came to dominate the field.
Because the political situation seriously impeded international communication, French scientific research was at that time uncharacteristically________.
Cunliffe is intellectually indebted to the Annales school of French economic and social historians, which emphasized largely static environmental influences and long-term historical continuity and regarded political events mainly as________.
For every________reader of Veshges there were many more who became vocal critics, and the book aroused heated opposition from a broad range of British society.
In early twentieth-century India, the claim that films from the West screened by "first-class theaters" were exclusively "high-class features" was_________, since a film`s being screened by such theaters was interpreted as a confirmation of quality.
In the author's view, the idea that individuals have different learning styles, such as auditory or kinesthetic, is (i) _____;it may be highly intuitive to many, but it is simply(ii)______.

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