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Blank (i)Blank (ii)Blank (iii)A. shaped byD. exposeG. salutaryB. removed fromE. condemnH. corrosiveC. unrecognizable inF. rationalizeI. realistic6. To label Hamilton a foreigner because he was born outside what later became the United States is to assume anachronistically the existence of the nation before the fact. It is true that Hamiltoncame to believe that he was a (i)_________ the United States, but his (ii)________ was stemmed notfrom his (iii)________ but from his confrontation with American democracy, which he considered to be a disease afflicting the nation.Blank (i)Blank (ii)Blank (iii)A. symbol ofD. alienationG. ideologyB. stranger inE. ambitionH. professionC. citizen ofF. patriotismI. birthplace278/ 405
7. Some experts estimate that the recreational salmon fishery in British Columbia contributes more to the province’s economy than the commercial salmon fishery does—a surprising statistic giventhe political commercial ______of the fishery in the province.A.naivetéB.prominenceC.supremacyD.ingenuousnessE.salienceF.resurgence8. The jazz style called bebop was born and nurtured in New York City, and despite a _______ initialreception, it resonated three thousand miles away on the West Coast.A.waryB.warmC.confusedD.muddledE.convivialF.hostile9. In 1884, Sewall and Dow agreed to join Roosevelt in the Dakota territory for reasons that appearto have been __________: Sewell later recalled that Roosevelt guaranteed them a share of anything made in his cattle business.A.pecuniaryB.straightforwardC.economicD.selflessE.quixoticF.altruistic279/ 405
10. Estimating demographic parameters in marine mammals is challenging, often requiring manyyears of data to achieve sufficient precision to ______biologically meaningful change.A.effectB.tolerateC.discernD.envisageE.withstandF.detect280/ 405
Section 671. It seems foolish to refuse the offer of an expedient that is both so ____________ success and sodifficult to create them absent.A.reminiscent ofB.lacking inC.distinct fromD.indispensable toE.inimical to2. Many readers today consider the moral sentiments expressed in the ancient writers’ work to bequite vapid, and in the seventeenth century they were similarly regarded as______.A.jejuneB.didacticC.dogmaticD.tendentiousE.arcane3. Although so far the vast weight of evidence supports the contention that the products ofagricultural biotechnology are environmentally (i)_______, many people still find them (ii)________ unsettling.Blank (i)Blank (ii)A. destructiveD. retroactivelyB. soundE. innocuouslyC. intriguingF. intrinsically281/ 405
4. The school system’s modest plan for curriculum improvement has (i)__________ local educators:some call it (ii)__________ effort, while others say it is a pragmatic approach given the complexity ofthe task.Blank (i)Blank (ii)A. surprisedD. genuineB. impressedE. halfheartedC. dividedF. practical5. The author of this political history text shows considerable bias against the political party whenassigning credit or blame for its actions: he deems (i)_______what he favors and avoidable what he(ii)_______.