gravitate toward

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I love to weigh, to settle, to gravitate toward that which most strongly and rightfully attracts me -- not hang by the beam of the scale and try to weigh less -- not suppose a case, but take the case that is; to travel the only path I can, and that on which no power can resist me.
The things that I naturally gravitate toward seem to be the same things that a lot of buyers gravitate toward, and that's a good thing," she said.
Men did gravitate toward names that connoted physical attractiveness, but women gravitated toward ones that connoted intellect.
The popularity of term life products is booming as consumers gravitate toward more affordable protection at a time when employment uncertainty has risen to levels not seen since the Great Depression.
TAIF: Thieves generally gravitate toward goods they want to pilfer, but in a mosque in Taif they gravitated toward good.
Each wine has its own vibrato, or flavor profile we gravitate toward the characteristics we find appealing.
Called '5 Benefits to Deploying a Luxury Real Estate Blog," the webinar will cover: Generating Real Estate Leads via a Blog; Building Brand Awareness and allowing prospects to gravitate toward a trusted brand; Gaining a competitive advantage over competing real estate agents and companies.
He maintains that the people in the American middle class--which he defines as having annual earnings from $50,000 to $150,000--have to make choices about what they purchase, and they tend to gravitate toward the edges.
Eurythmics is a partnership of two, And we always gravitate toward whatever role is appropriate for either one of us.
In addition, browsers should gravitate toward fresh fruit and vegetables and nonfat or low-fat dairy products.
Superintendent Tom Trigg says students, who have the freedom to choose their stories, tend to gravitate toward community service pieces in particular.
Poor schools tend to gravitate toward remedial applications, whereas better off schools gravitate toward a richer sort of software," says Margaret Honey, director of the Center for Children and Technology in New York.