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A. mysteriousness B. randomness C. ambiguity D. heterogeneity E. indeterminacy F. diversity 8. Compared to their predecessors, who were more nationalist than feminist in political orientation, Roman women activists of the younger generation are more inclined to _____ women’s rights, often creating organizations focused primarily on women’s issues. A. expand B. de-emphasize C. champion D. idealize E. downplay F. defend 9. Individuals, governments, and companies show ample ability to _____ themselves by setting goals based on current conditions and then blindly following them even when those conditions change drastically.A. hamstringB. reinventC. promoteD. revitalizeE. impairF. invigorate10. The performer can be _____ in his comedy, but he is fundamentally a bighearted person who displays a core sweetness even at his most manic.A. inflammatoryB. pedestrianC. gloomyD. uninspiredE. puerileF. provocative第 67 页
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section 32 median1. With the numerous opponents of the controversial new taxation measure in such afury, anyone who publicly advocated the measure did not fail to meet with _____ usage.A. politicB. severeC. soberD. respectfulE. dejected2. She constantly _____ herself for not living up to her own ideas—for not working hard enough or not having motives that were pure enough.A. exaltedB. coddledC. excoriatedD. mollifiedE. deluded3. Proponents of international regulation of environmental issues have always struggled against scientific uncertainty and economic hostility, two obstacles which, form a political standpoint, often have been closely related, as economic hostility toward environmental regulation for economic reasons have (i)_____ the considerable uncertainty underlying most environmental challenges to (ii)_____ of environmental regulation.A. resolved D. exaggerate the efficacyB. gainsaidE. downplay the legitimacyC. exploitedF. question the fallibility4. Many scholars have argued that the United States Supreme Court usually (i)_____ public opinion in its decisions because it fears that it will (ii)_____ if does not; when it does depart from public opinion, it whips up political maelstroms.A. comments onD. lose public supportB. hews toE. mitigate public angerC. overridesF. create public indifference5. Analysis of 47.5-million-year-old fossils from Pakistan has yielded fresh insights into the early ancestors of modern whales. For example, Maiacetus inuus was a land animal (i)_____ life in the sea. One Maiacetus innus fossil encased a fetus positioned for a head-first delivery, which is typical of a land mammal and suggests the species gave birth onshore. But it probably spent muchof its time (ii)_____: its big teeth were suited for catching fish, while its flipper-like feet must have been (iii)_____ walking.A. resistantD. in the waterG. incompatible withB. removed fromE. fleeing from predatorsH. clumsy forC. adapted toF. protecting its youngI. strengthened by第 68 页
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6. Those who took Clark’s old-mannered compliance for obsequiousness (i)_____ him: his apparent (ii)_____ veiled a fervent (iii)_____ of the authority that others exercised over him, one
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