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use "gravitate" in a sentence

As many of the applications are based around custom printing, scanning and authentication requirements, the MFP manufacturers that use this method gravitate towards these core technologies in the user interface.

And every week I seemed to always gravitate towards Bob Fletcher's Alpha
gravitas it was hoped television would be unable to compete with.

Wallace's continued association with the name of Andrew Moray, added a much-needed measure of political gravitas to his actions prior to his appointment to the guardianship of the realm.

This value coupled with gravitas played no small role in the history and success of the Roman people.

Seeking to imbue Ivan's passing with the gravitas it deserves, they serve primarily to support Huston's compelling portrayal of a man in rapid freefall into existential uncertainty." Francis Maude, doing his best to affect gravitas, has dealt the odd light slap.

"Quite unrealistic" appeared again and again with all the gravitas and certainty of a Papal encyclical.

Chichester Chambers The Brief: To create an image for a firm of lawyers, with all its connotations of sobriety and gravitas but whose members are not without character or humour.

The composition, realised in cream squared sandstone rubble, is articulated by delicate hood mouldings, and is given a sense of gravitas by its general proportion, the loftiness of the lancets and the pitch of the roof ( Plate 2 ).

Consequently, her work has never been treated with the same gravitas as, say, Radiohead.

According to newspaper Folha de São Paulo, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff sought other alternatives as she thinks Pansera lacks gravitas.

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