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use "tend" in a sentence

The more dangerous the particular FTA is, the more S will tend to use a higher numbered strategy.

Thus, those involved with the sport tend to avoid expensive or easily damaged body kits and custom paintwork.

Some Indos find it hard to grasp the concept of their Eurasian
Act of 1881 which failed to eliminate tenant evictions.

On that day, the officer may physically remove the tenant and any other people on the property if they are still there.

These two people find they have much in common when they both befriend a new tenant, Mr. Ozu and their lives change forever.

To Clopton House he went, where he learned from the tenant that the manuscripts he was seeking had been destroyed only a week before.

In landlord/tenant or more generally equipment-purchaser / energy-bill-payer situations, it is often difficult to describe who would be the principal and who the agent.

Brainstorming is considered to be a tenant of collaboration, with the rapid exchange of ideas facilitating the group decision making process.

Mrs Everest was the tenant in 1798. Alfred Hall and Thomas Caffyn are recorded in 1838. Thomas Caffyn was the miller in 1843, later taking Ashurst mill.

The landlord cannot charge a Section 8 tenant more than FMR and cannot accept payments outside the contract which would cause the total rent to exceed FMR.

In 1994 The Group for the Creation of a Design Centre in Toronto became the sub-tenant with a long-term lease (December 1, 1994-May 30, 2091).

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