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The humanitarian aid organization avoids the political sphere almost entirely, rarely making statements that might seem __________.
Though often beneficial, the confidence and certainty instilled in doctors by their training can also __________ their awareness of their own weaknesses.
Animals could certainly be said to exhibit __________: there are species-specific rules about who eats first and about proper methods of grooming or making introductions.
Even by the poet`s own high standard of what it means to be (i)_____, her early years were extremely (ii)_____: she published five volumes of poems in a short six-year period.
A main reason that primates are so (i)_____is that they are, for the most part, very (ii)_____. Walk through a tropical forest, and it is highly likely that if you encounter any mammals, it will be a primate that you see or hear.
As an aspiring politician, Gurstein aims to avoid __________ tone in her public addresses, one that might insult potential voters.
Though the treatise on geography was once thought to represent a definitive shift away from a medieval conception of the cosmos, revisionist historians of cartography have come to __________ the continuity of Renaissance geography with medieval precedents.
The community remains deeply divided over funding for the new school: the __________ that many residents had hoped for has not occurred.
The ability of the Grand Banks cod fishery to sustain intensive cod harvesting for many years gave it a reputation for __________ that deceived even scientifically sophisticated observers.
The limits of the show, however, are less consequential than the limits of its host. Her approach to the family crises described by the guests is stunningly (i)_____; it`s the narrowness of her repertoire that leads her to (ii)_____ the important questions, not the constraints of the medium.
Because it is a subject discussed by humanities scholars from diverse disciplinary backgrounds, "affect" has been (i)_____ defined; nonetheless, there has been (ii)_____ the terms "emotion" and "affect" across academic writing in the humanities.
The (i)_____ of community ecology and population ecology is (ii)_____ insofar as the two subdisciplines partly address issues at different hierarchical levels and different spatial and temporal scales. But it is harmful insofar as it (iii)_____ the fields` mutual enrichment.
The reconstructed poem is beautiful and also probably __________: it is the only known work of medieval Hebrew verse written by a woman.
Earth`s relatively stable climate over the last 8,000 years may have been __________, reflecting a coincidental near balance between a natural cooling that should have begun and an offsetting warming effect caused by humans.
All attempts at a serious discussion of the matter at hand were thwarted by Hoyt`s unrelenting __________.
Although unilateral disarmament was no less __________ a proposal than anarchy or anti-industrial communalism, Martin Luther King, Jr., saw it as much more realizable than the abolition of government or the elimination of industrial capitalism.
The novel, for all its prickly, vagrant humor, conceals far more than it communicates, leaving the frustrated reader with the impression that its author was temperamentally similar to the book`s __________ central character.
Slow to act, the politician was derided as __________ by his detractors but praised as prudent by his supporters.
Philosophical claims will usually fall short of certainty, but to be (i)_____ the less-than-certain is (ii)_____, a hangover from the dubious idea that philosophy should deal only with propositions that are necessarily and universally true.
The possibility that nonindigenous species can frequently be (i)_____ native ones with little change in many ecosystem characteristics is a hotly debated and as yet unresolved topic among ecologists and conservation biologists. The fact that one can adduce myriad examples of ecosystem (ii)_____ by nonindigenous species does not really demonstrate that all such newcomers are destined to have such impacts. Indeed, most of the introduced species that survive appear to have (iii)_____ effects on the ecosystems they have invaded.

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