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Whales are harmless during their peaceful migrations through the earth's seas, yet men, who _____ superior need, savagely hunted them.
In some countries, there is a common misconception that the (i) _____ are (ii) _____ . However, this is clearly contradicted by Frederick Barbarossa's time. In his day, the (iii) _____ were credited with most of the work, yet progress was not impeded in the least.
While historians once regarded Saladin as a rather (i) _____ fellow, the findings of many modern archaeologists have since proven otherwise. Though he was a military genius who triumphed over many a foe, never once did Saladin (ii) _____ those he vanquished in battle.
Although many young professionals are (i) _____ to settle in the suburbs because they believe it will exclude them from opportunities found in urban centers, this is not necessarily true; direct public transportation, although at (ii) _____ stage, will soon allow suburban residents to travel to the city center quickly and efficiently.
The company, which introduced its website in August, can already exhibit a rapidly increasing core of customers and merchant partners as evidence of their (i) _____. The company's quick success accentuates the industry's slow but stable (ii) _____ personalization-finding ways to pair customers with their product preferences, (iii) _____ what analysts describe as the key behind consumer need.
Suzanne tried to bring some (i) _____ to the situation that was charged with so much negativity. Unfortunately, those involved were (ii) _____, and her attempt at mirth only caused further frustration.
It was the CEO's view that her corporation's reputation would be _____ by the proposed ad campaign, so she elected to fire the current advertising company and bring in a new one.
Museum directors understand the need to establish the provenance of every work of art they acquire, from its creation to its most recent owner; such establishment can be hindered, however, by a number of obstacles, including disingenuous dealers who attempt to _____ the truth.
The use of the word "chaos" in chaos theory is somewhat _____ because, despite what its name might imply, chaos theory is actually about identifying hidden order in seemingly random data.
Not tethered to an inflexible theological approach, the Anglican Church is _____ with respect to doctrine, exemplifying the "middle way" for which it is famous.
The recent Oxford edition of the works of Shakespeare is (i)_____ because it not only departs frequently from the readings of most other modern editions but also challenges many of the basic (ii)_____ of textual criticism.
Considering everything she had been through, her reaction was quite normal and even (i)_____; I was therefore surprised at the number of (ii)_____ comments and raised eyebrows that her response elicited.
Suzanne tried to bring some (i) _____ to the situation that was charged with so much negativity. Unfortunately, those involved were (ii) _____, and her attempt at mirth only caused further frustration.
Whereas most modern terrestrial predators, such as lions or bears, are quadrupeds, the predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous times adopted _____ stance.
Mr. Roberts then started to (i) _____ items for his own "street books," creating patchworks of tickets, photos, tags, money, newspaper, and various other mass-produced artifacts. These extraordinary books are (ii) _____ for the way they augment the debris of the everyday.
Wanting to rely entirely on (i) _____ evidence to insure accurate results, the scientists drafted strict guidelines for observing the progress of the experiment. Any (ii) _____ practices in data collection could (iii) _____ the precision of the outcome, rendering the experiment useless.
Both the relationship with space and penetration of space are of (i) _____ importance in dance. This is the same rapport the sculptor has with his clay or marble. The body sculpts the space, forming a place for itself, (ii) _____ creating a negative space, which is unoccupied. A reviewer, writing about the (iii) _____ dancer Hoyer, said that Hoyer could express what could not be born in film or photography. She could capture the space as her own.
Though the style of the two tennis players could not have been more dissimilar-she employed finesse where he used brute strength, she played an intellectual game where he ran on raw emotion, her motions had an element of drama where he was _____-they both were champions.
The performers walking the tightrope high above the ground were, unlike most people, well-accustomed to the _____ balancing act necessitated by their job.
Well-accustomed to the _____ countenance of their superior, the garrulous employees made no effort to engage her in conversation.

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