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1. His sternness was not often ------- by compassion, except on rare occasion, when the ------- of authoritativeness would falter and disclose a glimmer of the mischievous boy he had once been, decades ago.

2. Early______ of hearing loss is ______ by the fact that the other senses are able to compensate for moderate amounts of loss, so that people frequently do not know that their hearing is imperfect.

3. There are, as yet, no vegetation types or ecosystems whose study has been ______ to the extent that they no longer ______ ecologists.

4. The actual ______ of Wilson's position was always ______ by his refusal to compromise after having initially agreed to negotiate a settlement.

Description: Evil or righteous acts recently committed will more acutely affect the present waking mind (4) than those enacted at a more remote period. In a similar way future disaster or success which is soon to occur will impress the dream mind (3) more vividly than those which are to transpire at a later date. But in the lives of all men there are past incidents which they will never forget, and which will never cease to fill their hearts with pride or remorse. So, too, in their distant future there are important events to transpire which are struggling through tumultuous infinitude to leave their ghastly or smiling impress upon the dream mind. If your mental states are passive you will receive the warnings. There are cases on record which show events have been forecast years ahead of their occurrence. We do not claim that this book will prove an interpreter of all dreams, or that the keys disclosed will open to you all the mysteries of the future, or even all those surrounding your own personality, but by studying the definitions and the plane (2) upon which they were written, you will be able, through the power of your own spirit, to interpret your own dreams. The combination of dream and dream influences are as infinite as the stars, or the combination of thought and number (1).

5. In the context in which it appears, the function of the phrase “thought and number” (1) is best described as:

6. The dean sternly warned the five undergraduates in his office that no more pranks defacing school property, that cost such an inordinate amount to clean up, would henceforth be tolerated. Nonetheless, his brief smile as they departed, subdued, belied his ------- tone, implying that he at least partly acknowledged their cleverness, even as he strove to enforce order.

7. In the 1930s, many of the then-termed Indian boarding schools across the U.S. were closed by governmental decree, in retroactive acknowledgment of the _____ treatment that countless Native American children suffered over decades of prejudice, abuse, and forced cultural and linguistic assimilation.

8. The townspeople whispered that the elderly spinster had never married because she was overly ------- about men, but she herself felt that she had simply been too discerning to settle for someone unequal to the task of sharing her refined sensibilities.

9. Originally an ordinary and unknown corporal in the German army, the young Adolf Hitler rose to prominence partly due to his _____ oration, which struck an impassioned chord within the breasts of his disaffected hearers yearning for a noble cause to rouse the nation.

10. Having fled into the forest to appease his heartache, Charles threw himself down by the stream, and gradually, the brook’s _____ melody began to allay his tumultuous feelings.

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