The pol suggested former Senator Bill Bradley would receive 26 per cent of the votes of registered Democrats and those who lean toward
voting for a Democrat, while the vice-president would get 49 per cent.
I lean toward
the third, which puts in question the eventuality that most of the artists with whom we engage had the cultural wherewithal to control heavily esoteric, usually Latin or Greek, texts.
I am not even saying that we should reject it; I, in fact, lean toward
Our ambitious lad's vocals lean toward
Orbison-ian vibrato when they don't sound like they're about to shake totally out of control.
Studies show young people more likely to lean toward
Forty-five percent of voters say they would vote, or lean toward
voting for Spencer Abraham if the election were held today.
Eckhardt and Piermarini lean toward
explaining toothpick use as a means to deal with dental problems.
CHICAGO -- Richard Rhodes isn't ready to offer a broad bearish program, but has instead decided to lean toward
After the game, Howland seemed to lean toward
the second option.
Jam not even saying we should reject it; I, in fact, lean toward
And Fidelity Brokerage and Charles Schwab lean toward
big, long-time customers with predictable bill-paying patterns.
Brands continue to lean toward
simplicity, a carry-over trend from spring.
Dorrell said that in the future, UCLA will not lean toward
the junior college route as they did this recruiting season.
But I'll probably lean toward
more of a medical position.
But more than half of the audience seemed to lean toward
a proposal by pro golfer Jim Colbert with Qvale/Colbert calling for a professional golf course and clubhouse that would earn the college at least $800,000 per year in lease revenue and add $3 million in new agriculture facilities.