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  2-6. Within the culture as a whole,the natural sciences have been so successful that the word “scientific” isoften used in (i)_____ manner: it is often assumed that to call something“scientific” is to imply that its reliability has been (ii)_____ by methods whoseresults cannot reasonably be (iii)_____.

  A. an ironicD. malignedG. exaggerated

  B. a literalE. challengedH. anticipated

  C. an honorificF. establishedI. disputed

  3-4. Many of the towns that have votedto keep incinerators in the county’s solid waste plan have done so not becausethey necessarily (i)_____ incinerators, but because they are (ii)_____ tonarrow their waste-disposal options.

  A. questionD. willing

  B. favorE. eager

  C. opposeF. loath

  6-6. Many fairy tales are complexnarratives of wish fulfillment. They teach the reader that a struggle againstsevere difficulties in life is (i)_____, that it is an intrinsic part of humanexistence, and that if one does not (ii)_____, but steadfastly meets unexpectedand often unjust hardships, one masters all obstacles and at the end(iii)_____.

  A. atypicalD. preserveG. elicits adversities

  B. unavoidableE. improviseH. emerges victorious

  C. insurmountableF. shy awayI. evades achievements

  12-3. Tagore had a sharply definedsense of the (i)_____ of scientific inquiry. The fact that science dealt instatistics and numbers, that its logic was probabilistic, meant that the domainof moral questions (ii)_____ it: moral questions, for Tagore, required certainties,not probabilities.

  A. irrationalityD. guarded over

  B. limitsE. lay outside

  C. futilityF. was subject to

  21-6. Early practitioners of thenatural sciences developed methods to remove distortions caused by either theresearch environment or the researcher. Such methods, especially with respectto the researcher, were considered to (i)_____ those (ii)_____ subjectivitywhose unbridled expression was thought to (iii)_____ research.

  A. restrainD. incursions ofG. corrupt

  B. revealE. restrictions onH. justify

  C. disguiseF. acknowledgements ofI. expedite

  43-6. While some commentators suggestthat abstraction and complexity in scientific research are signs that a givendirection is misguided, Lisa Randall, a professor of physics at Harvard,counters that these qualities instead reflect the success of human ingenuity in(i)_____ the increasingly (ii)_____ challenges that nature presents. They can,however, make it more (iii)_____ to communicate scientific developments, evento colleague.

  A. creatingD. difficultG. challenging

  B. meetingE. conspicuousH. unproductive

  C. eschewingF. pragmaticI. advantageous

  49-7. While normal floods resultingfrom usual monsoon rainfall are _____ the growth of crops, recently there hasbeen an increase in the frequency of high-intensity floods that do not havesuch welcome effects.

  A. conducive to

  B. hindered by

  C. devastating for

  D. deleterious for

  E. essential for

  F. indispensable to

  51-8. Some have argued that namingscientific discoveries after the people who make them can _____ scientificprogress, because the nomenclature lacks useful clarity, having no relationshipto the underlying principles that govern nature.

  A. hamper

  B. abet

  C. instigate

  D. obscure

  E. nullify

  F. impede

  62-9. The _____ of biographies ofantebellum capitalists is particularly striking in contrast with the abundanceof life stories of industrialists in later eras.

  A. brevity

  B. banality

  C. utility

  D. paucity

  E. triteness

  F. dearth

  64-3. In the years prior to the CivilWar, Philadelphia’s African American press encourage readers to be vaccinatedagainst smallpox. This journalistic campaign was initially (i)_____, appealingto readers sense of communal duty, and became even more (ii)_____ once the warstarted, as smallpox outbreaks began to occur on Philadelphia’s outskirts.

  A. hortatoryD. controversial

  B. ineffectiveE. urgent

  C. widespreadF. inopportune

  69-3. Throughout much of the twentiethcentury, common scientific sense seemed to dictate that animals could not makea choice based on rational or aesthetic criteria. Such choices were (i)_____the mental capacity of humans. Scientists who (ii)_____ this animal-humancognitive division were often accused of anthropomorphism.

  A. reserved forD. accepted

  B. inconsistent withE. transgressed

  C. similar toF. exacerbated

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