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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lend.
- n. loins
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Loins.
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Perhaps because that musical about the painter George Seurat is Mr. Lapine's most famous, or perhaps because the title lends itself to some flexible wordplay, a benefit in his honor for the New York Theatre Workshop was called Monday in the Plaza with James.
I tend to like things with several different meanings, and I like that the title lends itself to being interpreted many different ways.
As Analog described Marsbound in its January/February 2008 issue, The title lends itself to at least two interpretations, both of which are at least partly applicable.
Of course, the sheer simplicity of the title lends itself to a couple difficulties here and there.
They impart ritual impurity, and therefore the term lends itself to the same kind of idea.
From one angle, the title lends itself to a common theme which Romney will need to adopt if he hopes to win over the base in the primary.
As you can see, the title lends itself for the search term "cheap cameras" but when typed into search, doesn't produce the site.
The term lends itself to membership in a minority group.
It's not accidental that Jay Leno parodied the book on-air - the title lends itself to it, and that was by design.
While the title lends itself to some humor, the event is just one indicator just how sad the situation is following the municipal elections in Yerushalayim and the level of sinas chinam that is found in the frum community today.
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