(n.) award of merit/ In the world of public relations, a "Clio" is the highest ___ an advertising campaign can receive.
(v.) recognize,admit/ Although Iris___ that the Beatles' tunes sounded pretty dated nowadays,she still preferred them to the hip-hop songs her brothers played.
(v.) assent; agree without protesting/ When we asked her to participate in the play, she immediately ___.
(adj) bitter in words or manner/The candidate attacked his opponent in highly ____ terms.
(adj.) quickly perceptive; keen; brief and severe/ The___ young doctor realized immediately that the gradual deterioration of her patient's once-_____ hearing was due to a chronic illness.
(v.) direct a speech to; deal with or discuss/ Due to ___ the convention in July, Brown planned to ____ the issue of low-income housing in his speech.
(n.) supporter; follower/ In the wake of the scandal, the senator's one-time ____ quietly deserted him.
(adj.) neighboring; adjoining /You will find questions based on this reading passage located on the ___ page.
(adj.) skillful; nimble/ The juggler's admirers particularly enjoyed his ___ handling of difficult balancing tricks.
(n.) flattery; admiration/ the rock star relished the ___ she received from her groupies and yes-men.