Today, there are nearly as many educational opportunities in the______industry as there are hotels.
_____the lives they stole, our enemies failed to stop us from achieving a single one of our strategic objectives in Iraq.
My heart______when I heard that I had been eliminated during the first-round interview.
While I could not______the words outside the thick glass windows, their middle fingers spoke loudly.
The fact that a being is going to die does not______us to use it as a natural resource for exploitation.
The government has to consider whether the destruction of one human life can be______by the hopes of saving others.
Jane is so tied up with her business that taking time off is______out of the question.
There were no further reports of violence in the town, and most people ______their daily activities as usual.
What I have learned from this professor is of______value to my subsequent research.
The Industrial Revolution marked a major turning point in humans relationship with their environment. It【C1】______changed every aspect of human life and lifestyles. The【C2】______on the worlds psyche would not【C3】______much attention till the early 1960s. From human development, health and life longevity to public health, energy usage and sanitation, the effects were【C4】______. It wasnt【C5】______the Industrial Revolution became an irresistible force overnight. It started in the mid-1700s in Great Britain when machinery began to replace manual labor. Fossil fuels replaced wind, water and wood, used【C6】______for the manufacture of textiles and the development of iron making processes. The full impact would not begin to be realized until about 100 years later in the 1800s,【C7】______the use of machines to replace human labor spread throughout Europe and North America. This transformation is【C8】______as the industrialization of the world. These processes【C9】______sweeping increases in production capacity and were to affect all basic human needs. Not only did society develop the【C10】______to have more things faster, but it would be able to develop better things. These industrialization processes continue today and are likely to be long-lasting.