The prime minister underestimates the fatigue that her continual (i)_____ induces, even among those who are largely(ii)_____ her aims. Constantly referring to the bold challenges and tremendous opportunities that she and the country face, the prime minister insists that she is (iii)_____ the country, when most people would be grateful if she succeeded just in improving it a bit.
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A：complaining D：sympathetic to G：deliberately analyzing
B：diffidence E：confused by H：radically transforming
C：overclaiming F：troubled by I：slowly fine-turning
Considering that space travel was science fiction only decades ago, we should be extremely reluctant to proclaim an idea forever technologically infeasible unless that idea _____ some hard physical constraint.
The actor’s part in the film turned out to be _____: he had only one line, and by the time the film appeared in theaters, even that line had been removed.
Although _____ to please his audiences, Mozart was, at the same time, fully aware of his musical genius and had no intention of compromising his music.
It is true that science, and more particularly scientists, _____ cherished paradigms with great reluctance and that when they do, scientific revolutions may result.