- v. present participle of inflect.
“Here "At this point, Walsh, Parker, and Timiraos all have the idea of inflecting the original Lovely scent with some new olfactory angle." you wrote "Hasn't that always been the idea?”
“Do you think OEMs are in a position to transfer some of the costs from memory, also LCD pricing that's kind of inflecting to the consumer if the loading keeps on going up and the price remain stable at these levels?”
“Having released Up And Down – a mix of jubilant swingers, poignant standards and intelligent inflecting of lyrics – she's moving steadily onward and upward as 2012 beckons.”
“She is commonly introduced by D'Ambrosio as "La mama de mayor," she said, inflecting his accent.”
“As I am huffing down the street I try not to concentrate on the torture I am inflecting on myself.”
“That's not just Latin grammar, but pretty universal for inflecting languages, as far as I know.”
“In case you're wondering, the property was an old equestrian ranch on which the 1984 Olympic team trained, and Howard Backen, the Backen, Gillam, & Kroeger architect responsible for Screaming Eagle's design, worked his magic on the property staying true to the bucolic history of the land while inflecting it with simple Japanese aesthetics.”
“Candidate Models: Stepwise Girl writes about "- my adventures as a young academic - I guess I'm something along the lines of a tenure-track professor although that's not what I'm called here where I am; - as a subset of that, partly, how being a woman is inflecting the trajectory; - I guess there might be some questions related to the environment”
“Rashad was a able to get in forest guard and start inflecting damage.”
“We just hope he remains Russian because the thought of Mr. Rourke inflecting a Borsht Belt accent has us giggling already.”
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