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use "predispose" in a sentence

This is a very important step, since wound leakage increases the risk of unwanted microrganisms to gain access into the eye and predispose to endophathalmitis.

A cholesterol level should be checked in patients taking cyclosporine as low cholesterol may predispose to
favor that character or red if they do not.

It does not seem to have afforded an employment of predilection to any of them.

Isozaki's predilection for the cubic grid and trabeated pergola in largescale architecture, for the semicircular vault in domestic-scale buildings, and for extended barrel vaulting in low, elongated buildings led to a number of striking variations.

In foods and wines his taste was exquisite, with a predilection for exotic fruits and salads and French cooks; he disliked banquets and drinking, however.

The german predilection for turning on the beams long before the bombers reached the target area aided the British efforts.

Even in that first concert, KSO's predilection for the new, the unfamiliar and the downright difficult-what one of Head's players would come to refer to as ‘backs-to-the-wall-again' music-was shaping itself.

In a later interview, Merill revealed a peculiar predilection to perfume.

Incidents like this also earned him the alternate nickname of "mayhem", go December 1989 Vol.1 No.2 pg.68 another play on his name and his predilection for wrecking on the race track and his aggressiveness toward other racers while racing and not.

Ruth's predilection for evening gowns, glitzy tiaras and magic wands attracted media attention.

Thus we see that odd lights have a predilection for certain places and landmarks.

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