Rather than seeking inspiration from this melting pot of cultures, however, models for the development of tourism tend toward
Eurocentric scenographic solutions.
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.
But unlike these younger, more urbanized artists, whose influences tend toward
the Pop-ish and faux outsider, Brophy sinks his foundations into painting's historical loam, tapping unfashionable veins of German Romanticism, Renaissance portraiture, and the landscape paintings of Albert Bierstadt and Frederic Edwin Church.
Fishermen are known for telling tales of their catches that tend toward
The narrative is readable and the writing fairly competent, although the characterizations tend toward
Louis) tend toward
revitalization of derelict inner-city properties and brownfields.
A classic study in 1979 demonstrated that great tits living in dense woods tend toward
songs simpler than the more ornamented vocalizations of birds living in areas with more open ground.
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.
By doing so it insists that our nature, our resting state, is to love our surroundings - that even in times of loss and against our will we tend toward
that state; like the blind who are still commanded to bless the new moon, the mourner "must bless what is wonderful even though he cannot see it.
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.
Nowadays, with prices relatively firm and the massive reserves of developing nations entering the market, a CEO's priorities tend toward
cost control and productivity improvements.
The movement of the molecules in a liquid and the chains in a rubber both tend toward
positions of highest disorientation, or highest entropy.
For example, local police forces have a large employee constituency of lower-middle-class people, and a client constituency of poor people (the class from which most crime victims and criminals come)--so they tend toward
corruption and inefficiency.
His quantitative and qualitative comparisons of the posts tend toward
the superficial here, and reinforce existing characterizations of male interaction of the Gilded Age rather than commenting upon the unique nature of the veteran's role.