Выберите правильный вариант:
1. We went from (...) on the other side of the world to (...) everything together.
2. The governor had opposed (...) any foreign aid but was overruled and sent on the mission (...) what he disapproved of doing.
3. For the writer, as for most Americans of the time, the Indians were an obstacle (...).
4. (...) happiness, we need both history and science.
5. He witnessed his family (...), his home city (...) to the ground.
6. Sanctions are one of the tools of the UN (...) peacekeeping aims, but with developments in Iraq and Yugoslavia, they have proven (...) rather ineffective.
7. Recent advances in technology and functional neuroanatomic techniques may provide an opportunity for psychosurgery (...) a more attractive option for the treatment of psychiatric diseases.
8. A clinical trial is a research study in human volunteers (...) specific health questions.
9. Although more men die of heart disease than women, females tend (...), often to the point that it's too late to help them once the condition (...).
10. The Visual Awards Program is designed (...) and promote excellence among military photographers in (...) the objectives of military photography arts.
11. We believe that schools have been given enough advice and grants (...) them (...) workable networks.
12. The reality is that there are many other problems (...) before they I start (...) anything.
13. It will take the lead in (...) new industry practices aimed at conserving energy and (...) better heating systems for the end-user.
14. Deserts are dry; they are ideal places for human artefacts and fossils (...).
15. For parents, contrary to ghoulish popular conception, (...) on behalf of a disabled infant is not a way (...) rich.