"I tend toward
the creative side and he tends toward the business side."
Rather than seeking inspiration from this melting pot of cultures, however, models for the development of tourism tend toward
Eurocentric scenographic solutions.
Such interactions are best understood as dynamic systems that tend toward
stable patterns but that can change in response to pressure applied at key times, contend Patterson and psychologist Isabela Granic of the University of Toronto.
In such a career, the best that can be hoped for is increasing refinement of a given set of strategies--which may well be a worthy goal, but one that will, I think, inevitably tend toward
Although her politics tend toward
radical libertarianism, she sees some benefit to "some of what is being done in the name of SarbOx compliance," along with a lot of burdensome requirements that make little sense.
Some studies have shown that people who eat fish tend to consume less meat and cheese, and may tend toward
eating other healthy foods like vegetables and brown rice.
After all, if terrorist groups are to sustain their operations, they likely will tend toward
mounting suicide attacks on commercial and military vessels for such purposes as--
Fishermen are known for telling tales of their catches that tend toward
Louis) tend toward
revitalization of derelict inner-city properties and brownfields.
The narrative is readable and the writing fairly competent, although the characterizations tend toward
Cicatricial pemphigoid is a chronic, systemic, autoimmune disease characterized by progressive bullous skin and mucous membrane lesions that tend toward
scarring and involution.
For his part, Brown goes on with a metacritical discussion of the nature and limits of historical understanding itself, a discussion that concludes with the judicious acknowledgement that the "abstracting, genera lizing, and universalizing tendencies" of theoretical models need to be resisted" (49) where they tend toward
the homogenization of a world more complex than most scholarly theories can admit.
Therefore, they are sacred and bear specialized properties that tend toward
In fact, many journals that tend toward
highly quantitative articles request that referees assess a manuscript's potential for being understood by readers who are not prepared to assimilate the quantitative content.
The three discursive complexes which Olaniyan identifies (Eurocentric, Afrocentric, and post-Afrocentric) all tend toward
expressive and performative propositions of culture and identity, Olaniyan argues.