Though earlier anatomists had touched on the idea Paul Broca was the first to

Though earlier anatomists had touched on the idea

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3-11 Though earlier anatomists had touched on the idea, Paul Broca was the first to _____ fully the modern notion that specific behaviors are controlled by particular areas of the human brain. A. articulate B. derogate C. represent D. disparage E. enunciate F. iterate 3-12 Designed as a gathering place, the new student lounge was appropriately _____ with tables, chairs, and even sofas where groups could assemble comfortably. 3-13 Named in honor of the school`s founder, the Richard Brownstone Community Service Fellowship is one of the highest awards _____ Brownstone School graduates. 3-14 The anthropology professor hoped that his latest book would appeal to popular as well as to (i)_____ readers, thereby earning him (ii)_____ in both realms. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. scholarly D. acclaim B. lay E. remuneration C. avid F. anonymity
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36 GRE 24 3-15 As if intended to squelch rumors of cutbacks, the company`s annual celebration was as _____ as ever. A. sparing B. tawdry C. sumptuous D. lavish E. provident F. belated 3-16 The professor`s _____ lecture on American history served more to confuse the students than to clarify the difficult material. 3-17 The professor`s _____ lecture on American history served more to confuse the students than to clarify the difficult material. 3-18 Since the foreign correspondent was accustomed to completing his assignments under (i)______ conditions, the commotion of the subway at rush hour presented no (ii)_____ his creativity. 3-19 Unlike the _____ presentations of the other students in class, Mary Catherine`s presentation demonstrated a thorough and mature grasp of the material.
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GRE 24 3-20 Sadly, the author never (i)_____ the rewards of literary success during her lifetime; public recognition and appreciation of her talent were completely (ii)_____. 37 Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. identified D. fulsome B. evoked E. discredited C. reaped F. posthumous
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