incline to

See: conduce
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But now in this government of Plato's there are no traces of a monarchy, only of an oligarchy and democracy; though he seems to choose that it should rather incline to an oligarchy, as is evident from the appointment of the magistrates; for to choose them by lot is common to both; but that a man of fortune must necessarily be a member of the assembly, or to elect the magistrates, or take part in the management of public affairs, while others are passed over, makes the state incline to an oligarchy; as does the endeavouring that the greater part of the rich may be in office, and that the rank of their appointments may correspond with their fortunes.
I incline to Cain's heresy," he used to say quaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in his own way.
Transportation of sand from Ekata sand stock yard of Mana Incline to Samta Bunker at manna Incline by hired tippers loaded by hired pay loader and unloading into bunker as per instruction of Engineer-in-charge at Mana Incline of Chandrapur Area.