Here it seems that the loss of one's own potential life is a far greater loss than the gains on the other side, so that a disembodied view of the subject would incline toward
the protection of a fetus against the aggression of its mother, even if one does not think that the fetus is a person at the time of an abortion.
Although Komunyakaa's poems incline toward
non-referentiality, they are not characterized by the non-figurativeness nonreferential poetry reputedly strives for.
After 1689, the English Tories continued to incline toward
the Stuarts, but, after George III came to the throne, their policy became one of upholding the established church and state and of opposing liberalism.
The category of beauty in art - and those other wonderful concepts that somehow incline toward
"purity" and "perfection," everything crystalline, sublime, perfectly functioning - never revealed themselves in Roth's work as an ideal or ideologically given goal, but rather only as a categorical, virile desire - indeed, as painful cravings.
On this occasion, DG SBP Mohammad Aamir Jan said people of remote areas will incline towards
sports activities after the completion of these sports grounds.
Other cultures grab our attention easily, though, and we tend to incline towards
The Holy Qur'an says: If the enemies incline towards
peace, do you also incline towards
Greene told Reuters that she would rather incline towards
a flotation than a sale and believes that the governmenta[euro](tm)s preference is the same.
London, August 12 (ANI): If reports are to be believed, people have once again started to incline towards
old-style sweets like pear drops and rhubarb and custard.
He also seems to incline towards
the call of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who in 1891 claimed to be that Mahdi, and in whose lifetime the Prophet Muhammad's famous prophecy about the sign of the solar and lunar eclipses was fulfilled.