80. Although some of her fellow scientists _______ the unorthodox laboratory methodology than others found innovative, unanimous praise greeted her experimental results: at once pioneering and _______.
(A) ignored, untrustworthy
(B) complimented, foreseeable
(C) welcomed, mundane
(D) decried, unexceptionable
(E) attacked, inconclusive
81. Business forecasts usually prove reasonably accurate when the assumption that the future will be much like the past is _______; in times of major _______ in the business environment, however, forecasts can be dangerously wrong.
(A) specified, discontinuities
(B) questioned, surges
(C) renounced, improvements
(D) stipulated, risks
(E) satisfied, shifts
82. In their preface, the collection’s editors plead that certain of the important articles they _______ were published too recently for inclusion, but in the case of many such articles, this _______ is not valid.
(A) discussed, replacement
(B) omitted, excuse
(C) revised, clarification
(D) disparaged, justification
(E) ignored, endorsement
83. The labor union and the company’s management despite their long history of unfailingly acerbic disagreement on nearly every issue, have nevertheless reached an unexpectedly _______, albeit still tentative, agreement on next year’s contract.
84. The _______ questions that consistently structure the study of history must be distinguished from merely _______ questions, which have their day and then pass into oblivion.
(A) recurrent, practical
(B) instinctive, factual
(C) ingrained, discriminating
(D) philosophical, random
(E) perennial, ephemeral
85. That she seemed to prefer _______ to concentrated effort is undeniable; nevertheless, the impressive quality of her finished paintings suggests that her actual relationship to her art was anything but _______.
(A) preparation, passionate
(B) artfulness, disengaged
(C) dabbling, superficial
(D) caprice, considered
(E) indecision, lighthearted
86. Although they were not direct _______, the new arts of the Classical period were clearly created in the spirit of older Roman models and thus _______ many features of the older style.
(A) impressions, introduced
(B) translations, accentuated
(C) copies, maintained
(D) masterpieces, depicted
(E) borrowings, improvised
87. Marshal Philippe Petain, unlike any other French citizen of this century, has been, paradoxically, the object of both great veneration and great _______.
88. Philosophical problems arise when people ask questions that, though very _______, have certain characteristics in common.
89. Early critics of Emily Dickinson’s poetry mistook for simplemindedness the surface of artlessness that in fact she constructed with such _______.
90. Her tone of voice _______ him: he could not tell whether she was being _______ or whether he was to take her comment literally.
(A) offended, genuine
(B) puzzled, direct
(C) comforted, kind
(D) reassured, condescending
(E) perplexed, sarcastic
91. The self-important cant of musicologists on record jackets often suggests that true appreciation of the music is an _______ process closed to the uninitiated listener, however enthusiastic.
92. By divesting himself of all regalities, the former king _______ the consideration that customarily protects monarchs.
93. I have no _______ in this matter: I am forced to follow the guidelines set forth in this manual.
94. The _______ qualities of this salve will provide you with temporary relief from the pain which you now suffer.
95. Just as midwifery was for hundreds of years _______ practice, something that women retained control over for themselves, so too the increasingly independent role of the midwife in the process of childbirth is _______ domination by institutional medicine.
(A) a personal, reaction of
(B) a controversial, tolerance of
(C) an autonomous, liberation from
(D) a communal, celebration of
(E) a dangerous, protection from
96. Usually the first to spot data that were inconsistent with other findings, in this particular experiment she let a number of _______ results slip by.
97. In a most impressive demonstration, Pavarotti sailed through Verdi’s “Celeste Aida,” normally a tenor’s _______, with the casual enthusiasm of a folk singer performing one of his favorite _______.
(A) pitfall, recitals
(B) glory, chorales
(C) nightmare, ballads
(D) delight, chanteys
(E) routine, composers
98. Unfortunately, his damaging attacks on the ramification of the economic policy have been _______ by his wholehearted acceptance of that policy’s underlying assumptions.
99. In the seventeenth century, direct flouting of a generally accepted system of values was regarded as _______, even as a sign of madness.
100. In keeping with the well-established custom that even the most favorable review should include some _______, the reviewer follows her _______ the book’s prose with some objections to its implementations of theory.
(A) equivocations, quibbles with
(B) accolades, attack on
(C) reservations, praise of
(D) disparagements, criticism of
(E) compliments, consideration of
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