suggest itself

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The third and most incomprehensible thing is that people studying history deliberately avoid seeing that this flank march cannot be attributed to any one man, that no one ever foresaw it, and that in reality, like the retreat from Fili, it did not suggest itself to anyone in its entirety, but resulted- moment by moment, step by step, event by event- from an endless number of most diverse circumstances and was only seen in its entirety when it had been accomplished and belonged to the past.
I've seen it best with averted vision, although it does suggest itself with direct vision.
SIMPLE as it may seem when once thought out, the common method of indexing maps by a conventional system of co-ordinates defining the positions of places upon them did not, it seems, suggest itself to geographers until some time after the printing of maps had come into vogue.
Kristopher Mecholsky's essay takes on an even more unexpected Faulkner text, one that does not immediately suggest itself as a roman noir.
Suicide is a crime the most revolting to the feelings; nor does any reason suggest itself to our understanding by which it can be justified.
Though as it was a snowy Friday afternoon, another explanation did suggest itself.
The bad news starts with the play, which would suggest itself as a failed Jean Cocteau-style rewrite of Ariel Dorfman's "Death and the Maiden" even in a less laborious production.
But in the cold light of day one option does suggest itself to be the most favourable and that involves the expansion of existing facilities, whether these are at Coventry or Birmingham.
Thus far an opener selection process would suggest itself as preferable despite the undoubted value of this national showcase.
That is enough to suggest we may be in for a tight game, and while Newcastle look strong enough on the balance today to defy a three-point fixed odds handicap, a supremacy buy at six does not suggest itself as a hugely profitable avenue.
They can help editors see a religious angle to a story that might not immediately suggest itself.