61. Ability to is the test of the perceptive historian, a history, after all, consists not only of what the historian has included, but also, in some sense, of what has been left out.?
62. Some artists immodestly idealize or exaggerate the significance of their work; yet others,_________ to exalt the role of the artist, reject a transcendent view of art.?
63. Estimating the risks of radiation escaping from a nuclear power plant is __________ question, but one whose answer then becomes part of a value-laden, emotionally charged policy debate about whether to construct such a plant.?
(A) an incomprehensible?
(B) an undefined?
(C) an irresponsible?
(D) a divisive?
(E) a technical?
64. Because modern scientists find the ancient Greek view of the cosmos outdated and irrelevant, they now perceive it as only of historical interest.?
65. Religious philosopher that he was, Henry More derived his conception of an infinite universe from the Infinite God in whom he believed, a benevolent God of _______ whose nature was to create_________ .?
(A) plenitude ..abundance?
(B) vengeance .. justice?
(C) indifference .. suffering?
(D) indulgence .. temperance?
(E) rectitude .. havoc?
66. While some argue that imposing tolls on highway users circumvents the need to raise public taxes for road maintenance, the phenomenal expense of maintaining a vast network of roads_________ reliance on these general taxes.?
67. 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?
68. In spite of the increasing_________ of their opinions, the group knew they had to arrive at a consensus so that the award could be presented.?
69. By forcing our surrender to the authority of the clock systematic timekeeping has imposed a form of_________ on society.?
70. Our high_________ vocabulary for street crime contrasts sharply with our _______ vocabulary for corporate crime, a fact that corresponds to the general public's unawareness of the extent of corporate crime.?
(A) nuanced ..subtle?
(B) uninformative ..misleading?
(C) euphemistic ..abstract?
(D) differentiated ..limited?
(E) technical ..jargon-laden
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