Such simple things as these are too slight, moreover, to build into a system; there is nothing wonderful about them, they do not lend themselves to
theories; it is their misfortune to be merely practically useful.
He was smiling all the time, but his deep-set eyes did not lend themselves to
the expression of whimsical politeness which he tried to achieve.
In the second place, much of our thinking is concerned with abstract matters which do not readily lend themselves to
imagery, and are apt to be falsely conceived if we insist upon finding images that may be supposed to represent them.
But as dance critics or reviewers--and most of us play both roles at different times-we all have problems in describings things, or our reaction to things, that do not lend themselves to
description, and certainly not to brevity.
95, ISBN 0-393-05946-4 Significant books lend themselves to
revisitation and revision on numerous, successive occasions.
Char's creative writing teacher refers to facts, people, and events in life as grist: details that lend themselves to
good creative writing.
There are two other Podocarpus types, in addition to `Icee Blue,' that especially lend themselves to
A lot of them have a set of cultural beliefs that do not lend themselves to
defending free markets.
These types of inexpensive but important products well lend themselves to
the coordinative acquisition process.
Robert Rosenbloom, vice president of business development for iCongo, a Boston-based virtual trade show provider, says that certain industries and products lend themselves to
the application better than others.
Maybe this strategy only works once; cultural icons, from the Sydney Opera House to the Pompidou, do not generally lend themselves to
The Justice and Peace Commission of Pakistan's bishops' conference has said that the blasphemy laws lend themselves to
The delicate nature of the work makes us better construction professionals, with skills that lend themselves to
many types of projects.
Another significant development in the late 1990s was "true 3D" simulation, which for the first time made it possible to model accurately thick, solid parts that did not lend themselves to
Some books simply do not lend themselves to
a brief review.