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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'.
"They trusted him as a human and it lent itself to this idea I created in fiction."
Its yield is remarkable: instead of the law's having unfolded as an instrument of the propertied for terrorizing and exploiting the propertyless, it lent itself quite as much to negotiation, accommodation, and compromise.
The slabs' rectilinear shape lent itself to several other abstract paintings in which the various forms, now divorced from any narrative context, filled the canvas from edge to edge.
In spite of - or indeed perhaps because of - its awkwardness, the site's shape lent itself to division into different areas, and to spatial drama.