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When researchers follow the scientific method, the absence of (i)_____ proof by no means suggests a theory lacks validity. Indeed, no theory is (ii)_____ : each can always be subject to further testing and scrutiny, and thus, by definition, remains (iii)_____.
She gave him a(n) (i)_____ look that was not so much (ii)_____ as it was (iii)_____.
That we may become flaccid after our rivals have been vanquished, and we are surrounded by those friendly to our interests, is in no way a(n) (i)_____ observation. Still, history is rife with examples where a sense of (ii)_____ pervades once a people has achieved victory. Yet, even were this insight more (iii)_____, few would take notice, as human nature is wont to ignore future threats in times of prosperity.
James Clerk Maxwell once remarked that the best scientists are, in a sense, the (i)_____ ones not hemmed in by the (ii)_____ of their respective fields, they are able to approach problems with a(n) (iii)_____ mind, so to speak.
According to Lackmullers latest screed, published under the title,?Why We Cant Win at Their Game, special interest groups not nominally tied to ecological concerns have become so (i) _____ the process of environmental policymaking that those groups who actually aim to ensure that corporate profit does not trump environmental health have been effectively (ii) _____. Lackmullers contention, however, is (iii)_____ in that it fails to account for the signal achievements environmental groups have effected over the last 20 years-often to the chagrin of big business.
Heinrich Feyermahn, in insisting that Galileo did not fully uphold the tenets of scientific rationalism, does not (i)_____ the Italian astronomer, but rather the very edifice of Western thought. For if Galileo is the purported exemplar of rational thinking, and yet is (ii)_____, then the history of science cannot be understood as an endless succession of scientists carrying out their work free of all-too-human biases. Thus, Feyermahn admonishes, in faithfully chronicling the sweep of science in the last 300 years, historiographers would be (iii)_____ to not include the human foibles that were part of even the most ostensibly Apollonian endeavors. ?
Whether repression has come from the church or from a totalitarian state, science has always been an imperiled endeavor, but to claim that it will only flourish in times of libertarian rule is not a(n) (i)_____ conclusion. A(n) (ii)_____ government is not the same as one that actively takes an interest in funding science – and the latter may well be, in some respects, (iii)_____.
To view a film by Torneau is to enter the auteurs mind. That his reality fails to correspond in salient ways to that of a "normal" person does not (i)_____ -even if Torneau is incapable of escaping his own head. To appreciate his work, the audience simply has to indulge the director his (ii)_____and leave at the theater door its own (iii)_____.
Amongst business school students exists a(n) (i)_____ that the more (ii) _____ the material, the less bearing it will have on their respective futures. This unspoken notion is by no means (iii)_____ by the finding that business leaders who read voraciously cite as their favorite works books that offer practical guidance on how to succeed.
Unlike her predecessor, Mayor Williams would not (i)_____ any impertinence from her subordinates. Even a (ii)_____ comment she tended to construe as one full of (iii)_____.
Lambert, in his latest thesis, is guilty of (i) _____ Nietzsches conception of eternal recurrence, a scholarly transgression that results mainly from his propensity to (ii) _____ multiple sources. That his interpretation seems (iii) _____ may indeed obscure the fact that he liberally combined ideas drawn from numerous works, many of them contemporary, a fact that, in part, accounts for the dubious validity of his overall project.
For charities operating in the developing world, when noble impulses (i)_____ into mere (ii)_____, vapid slogans rear their heads and we witness a further deterioration in the very situation such high-mindedness had initially sought to (iii) _____.
What tradition has long known, science must labor through its usual rigorous protocols to arrive at the very same assessment. Concerning learning in infants, recent findings (i)_____ this trend: the timeworn yarn that babies are (ii)_____ -and oftentimes disregarding-stimuli from their surroundings has been turned on its head although (iii) _____ ?exhibiting a mastery of their respective worlds, infants are constantly conducting experiments-very much like scientists themselves-testing their limits vis-a-vis an environment at once enchanting and frustrating.
Our (i)_____ of the world is only possible through the (ii)_____ of the eye and brain. For without light striking the retina, there would be no image for the occipital lobe to project, so to speak, onto the conscious mind. And without the occipital lobe to (iii)_____ visual input from the eyes, there would be no coherent reality.
An increase in blood pressure, by itself, does not indicate that a person is at greater risk for a myocardial infarction, there must be a(n) _____ of symptoms before a doctor comes to such a conclusion.
The travel writers _____ towards others he met on his cross-country trip most likely endeared him only to those readers with a misanthropic bent.
_____ abound in geography: the city of Alexandria is named after Alexander the Great; Leopoldville, the former name of Kinshasa, is named after King Leopold II of Belgium.
Much of the consumer protection movement is predicated on the notion that routine exposure to seemingly _____ products can actually have long-term deleterious consequences.
Unlike classical music, which has many perennial favorites, pop music produces few _____ .
Though she had spent years toiling away, she had again, much to her _____ , been passed over for a lucrative post that went to someone far less senior.

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