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微臣教育琦叔团队 专注 GRE咨询电话：010-82484015335. There is something____ about the way the building of monasteries proliferated in eighteenth-century Bavaria, while in the rest of the Western world religious ardor was____ and church building was consequently declining. A. enigmatic.. coalescing. B. destructive.. changing C. immutable.. dissipating D. incongruous.. diminishing E. momentous.. diversifying 6. Aalto, like other modernists, believed that form follows function; consequently, his furniture designs asserted the____ of human needs, and the furniture's form was____ human use. A. universality.. refined by B. importance.. relegated to C. rationale.. emphasized by D. primacy.. determined by E. variability.. reflected in So…that 1. The legislation facing Congress was so _____ that it threatened to shatter the governing body`s fragile bipartisanship. A. rhetorical B. transparent C. translucent D. repetitive E. disruptive F. divisive 2. That critic`s writing is so obscure and dense that upon first reading, one finds its _____ hard to penetrate.
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