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Because the author sometimes loses track of her line of argument, her work includes a number of __________.
One of the strangest aspects of the trend is that it is so __________: the data show that the trend does not slow or stop and restart but just keeps increasing steadily.
In the Southwestern United States, periodic droughts constrict fish into refuge areas when waters dry up, but historically there was greater connectivity of stream systems, which __________ recolonization of desiccated reaches when precipitation returned.
Because of the newspaper`s policy of __________ joint bylines, lots of reporters were forced to do anonymous work on stories credited to other people.
The __________ of English peasants during the fourteenth century arose not from poverty but from affluence, as rapidly improving standards of living raised people`s expectations and made them unwilling to tolerate burdens they had once accepted.
In keeping with the well-established custom that even the most (i)_____ review should end with some (ii)_____, the reviewer follows her glowing praise of the book`s lucid prose with some objections to its implementation of theory.
The effects on the atmosphere of even small changes in the temperature or chemistry of the global ocean are often (i)_____, a (ii)_____ that climate models have to try to capture.
Victorian women endured constricting expectations, yet against that their era did feature a number of social and political movements that __________ women`s participation in the public realm.
Potential readers may well be put off by the rather opaque quality of the prose in this book, which at times seems deliberately __________ the uninitiated reader.
Even before Charles Darwin introduced his theory of evolution, other scientists had become increasingly __________ the prevailing idea that every form of life remained eternally unchanged.
This carefully crafted novel took six years to write and is clearly a product of __________ art, but it still manages to possess the flame of spontaneity and the grit of independence.
Given that Hefele was obviously sophisticated and worldly, his failure to do well in the position can hardly be ascribed to __________.
Just as doctors often forget to ask patients about psychological symptoms, psychologists may treat mental troubles without considering the possibility of corporeal causes. Lately, however, some doctors and psychologists are (i)_____ this dichotomy and (ii)_____ the long-dormant discipline of somatopsychology, which centers on the effects of physical illness on mental states.
Every idea in Malcolm`s book is (i)_____ and leads to a further statement that subtly (ii)_____ what preceded it by establishing a slightly different frame. However balanced or lucid any given statement may be, the transitions from one to another can be startling in their sense of disjunction.
Neither of the lead actors appears to be working up a sweat; in many ways, they are perfectly mated-perhaps too perfectly, for it turns out that a bit of (i)_____ might have helped this movie. While it has many lovely and funny moments, there`s not a lot going on. Dramatically, it`s (ii)_____ to the point of (iii)_____. There may not be any sweat, but there isn`t any heat, either.
Much of the newspaper`s readership found it hard to (i)_____ the allegations of venality laid against the superintendent, since these readers were still (ii)_____ the superintendent`s reputation for (iii)_____. The superintendent`s subsequent vindication will have come as no surprise to them.
Some paleontologists argue that despite the paucity of known specimens, the dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex probably left __________ bite marks that have been preserved.
The classical music scene today is remarkably __________, strikingly open to varied harmonic idioms, and eager to embrace experimentation and to absorb influences from world music, folk music, rock, and other genres.
French writer Marcel Proust`s letters reflect such an eagerness to please and contain so many compliments, apologies, and expressions of politeness directed toward their addressees that they are borderline __________.
One can only bemoan how the wonderfully rich collections of genuine fossil specimens seen of yore in museum displays are being replaced by the __________ talking plastic of so-called virtual reality.

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