4-3 What they see in Tanaka is the one candidate capable of (i)_____ leadership, in direct contrast to Williamson , whose term in office has been marred by (ii)_____.
5-9 Although one can adduce myriad of examples of ecosystem disruption by nonindigenous species, nevertheless most introduced species that survive in fact appear to have quite _____ effects on the ecosystem they have invaded.
7-4 She was never (i)_____; she was nothing if not discreet, so she (ii)_____ for the present to declare her passion.
15-3 Although movie critic Pauline Kael had a distaste for sycophancy, she also had a need for (i)_____; as a consequence of these competing feelings, she sent very (ii)_____ signals to friends and colleagues.
18-7 After rising continuously over the summer, commodity prices fell, leaving analyst wondering whether the downward trend is a turning point or merely a _____ before demand picks up in the winter months.
56-9 Her apparent _____ her background and ancestry seems unconceivable in an age when people tend to think of themselves to exhaustion.
A. rejection of
B. deference to
C. unfamiliarity with
D. dishonesty with
E. ignorance of
F. fixation on
56-10 For parents, the pleasure of letting children choose which book to read aloud together is not always _____: I well remembered my inner groans when my child would constantly pick my least favorite book from the shelf.
65-9 He was a man of few words, _____ around all but his closest friends.
78-1 By deliberately dripping paint on their canvases, ists affirmed that paint is not _____ entity, something merely to be moved where the artist please, but rather a material possessing a fluid energy that the painter attempts to control.
A. an immutable
B. an expressive
C. a vital
D. a passive
E. a kinetic