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8. Given that the department director was such a feeble contributor, sitting silently at important policy meetings and usually deferring to low-level aides, it was surprising that he had such a reputation for _____.A. magnanimity B. perspicacity C. impartiality D. detachment E. benevolence F. discernment9. Between the late 1800s and early 1900s, various institutional structures emerged that set researchers in scientific fields apart as a professional class and moderated disputes by _____ some kinds of knowledge as real science.10. In Ramachandran’s opinion, it is perfectly acceptable to propose bold speculations about the brain, even if these speculations seem _____; as Ramachandran frequently remarks, science thrives on risky conjecture.A. superficialD. impermanenceG. profundityB. quintessentialE. eternalityH. modestyC. disdainedF. subtletyI. exuberance微信公众号：考满分GRE第页165第
考满分教研组GRE填空机经1100题难度分级版section 80 hard 1. Although Emily Bronte is impassioned about gender equality, she is anything but ___ to endorse more privileges endowed to women.2. Many creative photographers were delighted to find in instant photography a mode that encouraged them to stop viewing photography as _____ and start viewing it as something they could handle with spontaneity, even derision.A. sacrosanctB. ephemeralC. malleableD. egalitarianE. autonomous3. As cheaper imports drove most California potteries out of business during the 1950s, one company (i)_____. The substantial size and weight of the specialized products produced by Architectural Pottery helped (ii)_____ the company, because it was uneconomical for foreign companies to ship similarly large objects to California.4. Each new generation of students grow up (i)_____ the world of classical physics, with its mostly intuitive, billiard-ball causality; that is the everyday vantage from which we approach the alien world of quantum physics, which has for this reason never lost its air of (ii)_____.5. During the Harlem Renaissance, Alain Locke (i)_____ the first flourishing of a self-consciously racial art movement in America and was widely credited with providing the philosophical basis for its emergence. His importance as a critic of African America art and as an art theorist is (ii)_____ if controversial, yet he has received (iii)_____ attention for his unique insight into the broad forces that shaped American modernism and cultural nationalism in the visual arts.
A. immersed inD. verisimilitudeB. disdainful of E. objectivityC. unmoved byF. radicalismA. forestalledD. undisputedG. undeservedB. presided overE. misleadingH. meticulousC. seethed overF. questionableI. insufficient微信公众号：考满分GRE第页166第