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The gossip columnists (i) _____ was (ii) _____ the number of her published columns – the more articles she wrote, the more untruths she spread.
Presidents who filled their cabinets with (i) _____ viewpoints tend to have a more storied legacy than those whose cabinets were made up of men with a more (ii) _____ outlook, men who dissented little with their respective presidents.
True, to the classically trained ear, Haydns early works can often seem (i) _____ , a mishmash of motifs from which anything fresh has been wrung dry by subsequent composers-to the ears of Haydns contemporaries, however, Haydns music was (ii) _____ .
Traditionally (i) _____ in their criticism of the hazards of nuclear power-which are undeniably pressing-many environmental groups failed to cite any viable energy alternatives; still, these very groups often (ii) _____ the success of "green technologies," innovations that, until very recently, were able to provide only a fraction of the power required to sustain a populace.
Mike Tyson, during his (i) _____ , was the most feared fighter in the world; his fall from eminence was as astonishing as it was (ii) _____ .
Just as consummate chess players must hold in their minds the positions of each piece on the board, and know too the ramifications of each move, so must skilled politicians have an awareness of the choices at their (i) _____ and the ability to anticipate the (ii) _____ of their actions.
As editors, each of the two writers served as a(n) (i) _____ the others rhetorical excesses, so that each submitted news articles free of unnecessary (ii) _____ .
Whereas for most of the West art is merely something to stand and gawk at, for the Navajo Indians art has a far more (i) _____ function; sand paintings are used to heal those who are sick--either in body or mind--and only these afflicted individuals are allowed to see the art: as soon as they recover the painting is (ii) _____ .
Had the committee any (i) _____ that it was being investigated for fraud, surely it would have been more (ii) _____ in trying to cloak any venality.
J. Robert Oppenheimers role in the Manhattan project as the architect of the atomic bomb left such a(n) (i) _____ on the public conscience that the remaining fifteen years Oppenheimer spent (ii) _____ nuclear weapons seem a mere historical footnote.
At times (i) _____ , she could just as suddenly become (ii) _____ , a change in mood that was favorable yet so unpredictable as to be jarring.
(i) _____ centuries of would-be conquerors, the Aztec fortress of Chapultepec seemed (ii) _____ , until U.S. forces under General Winfield Scott were able to take the fortress with surprisingly little effort.
To the (i) _____ eye the jungle canopy can seem little more than a dense lattice work of branches and leaves. For the indigenous peoples of the Amazon, even a small area can serve as a veritable (ii) _____ of pharmaceutical cures. The field of ethnobotany, which relates both to the natural pharmacy offered up by the jungle and the peoples who serve as a store of such knowledge, has become increasingly popular in the last decades as many anthropologists, hoping to take advantage of this vast bounty, learn the language and customs of the tribes in order to (iii) _____ them thousands of years worth of knowledge.
That the comedian was so (i) _____ as to be unable to (ii) _____the effect she had on others was not lost on her audience, who quickly stood up to leave, hoping their action would at last (iii) _____.
What is currently (i) _____ civil engineers is not so much a predicted increase in annual precipitation as the likelihood that many storms will come in (ii) _____ , thereby making flooding in lower lying riparian regions (iii) _____ .
Long regarded as one of the most dangerous summits, Mt. Rainier presents numerous challenges- (i) _____ weather can form from seemingly innocuous clouds, making the slopes so (ii) _____ that even the most (iii) _____ hiker can be caught unawares.
Whether the network renews the latest pilot series _____ the critical assumption that the audience will not only empathize with a male protagonist very different from it, but will continue to do so once he begins to commit acts that are clearly reprehensible.
Based on a spate of hospitable planets--or Goldilocks planets, as scientists affectionately dub them--recently found orbiting the stars of three distinct solar systems, astronomers have been able to _____ the number of earth-like planets in the universe, a figure much higher than previously estimated.
The actor favored _____ roles in which he had to speak and emote little.
The grammar teacher _____ at the slightest fault, sometimes going so far as to berate students for forgetting to cross a t.

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