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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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New Delhi [India], August 24 ( ANI ): The phenomenon of social media obsession has lent itself to many a stories and now it lends itself to a full-fledged thriller titled 'Social'.
Lamb lends itself both to quick cooking or slowroasting.
It's a grown-up neighbourhood and lends itself to what we are doing.
Thomas Mc Ateer's background in real estate sales and management combined with his diverse cultural and educational interests lends itself to "the quality platform we plan to provide to the community," added Wacht.
This type of crime lends itself to recidivism, so we're seeking out any other potential victims or anyone who might have any information regarding this case or this individual,'' Burbank police Sgt.
The material also lends itself to putting in invisible features to help prevent counterfeiting.
From an overview of basic Perl syntax, to built-in resources and functions, data structures, CGI programming, how to write a cookie, and much more, Perl Core Language Little Black Book lends itself to quick use and ease of reference with problem-by-problem arrangement, sample code, and thumb-sized chapter reference marks.
This equipment reportedly lends itself to use in aseptic cold-fill packaging lines by means of conversion kits made by Elopak.
They are often mentioned in the same differential diagnosis as fibrous dysplasia, but it is important to make the distinction because the former lends itself to ready enucleation, while the latter can be admixed with surrounding tissues, making surgery more complicated.
The recent unfolding situation truly lends itself to genocide in the making," AACC general secretary Mvume Dandala said in Nairobi.
Are you looking at new work that lends itself to robotics?
Nearly 1200 chair-related companies employ over 14 000 people, in what is known as the 'chair triangle', so the district naturally lends itself to the world's only annual chair show.