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Lend

To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee.
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I'm sorry but it doesn't lend itself to the pure form of classical ballet.
If you look at the evolution of most destinations that gain critical mass, it lends itself to present opportunities for different offers and different products, which lend itself to different airlines," he said
The look of a sophisticated overseas traveller will lend itself to a million home styles too Storage trunks are chic and useful - use at bedsides, as coffee tables or any time you need a surface or storage.
He talks about how housing doesn't lend itself to being a bubble because it's harder to trade houses and you have to live in a home," observed Kathleen Bostancic, a senior economist at Merrill Lynch.
Given its epic emotions and convoluted plot, the story might better lend itself to opera than ballet.