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be drawn

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to fall or drift down to the bottom

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move toward

be attracted to

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move due to the pull of gravitation

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Rouault, an ardent Catholic, gravitated toward dejected prostitutes, tragic clowns, and pitiless judges as frequent subjects of his art.
Instead, most capital markets participants have gravitated to the idea of "international convergence" between U.
I have always gravitated toward the BNA Tax Management Library because it is the easiest to use.
Given the overwhelming recent success of Ahtila in the footsteps of her American peers, it's interesting to consider how functional models of female hysteria have become, and for a wider spectrum of viewers than would ever have gravitated to what once was called "feminist art.
Among the newsroom minorities I gravitated to, mutual support ran high to push for diversity in news coverage and hiring.
The young caddie became a player of note but gravitated toward clubmaking, fashioning clubs for socialites and some of the game's top players.
Art galleries, which once gravitated to former fringe neighborhoods such as West Chelsea and Soho have mostly been priced out of those areas in the past few years.
Crowds gravitated less to machines molding giveaways and more to those demonstrating novel techniques.
The intellectuals among them gravitated to barbells and exercise regimens that could build strength and improve their athleticism.
In the music and digital film industries, hardware manufacturers have gravitated to flash memory - solid-state storage media enclosed in small, plastic cases.
Yet Stadtwald has made this topic come alive in his examination of the politics and anti-papal propaganda of the "Vienna circle" of humanists who gathered around Conrad Celtis, and of those who gravitated around Luther.
s, Sheridan College's or Ryerson's film departments, they gravitated to LIFT (the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto), a funky film co-op located in a downtown warehouse, which was the spiritual successor to the defunct Toronto Filmmakers Co-op.
This inrush of gas also created millions of stars, which gravitated together in dense clusters.
Corporations have gravitated to the unique events with commitments from DirecTV, Absolut, Speedo, Ed Hardy and Original Penguin.
Although he grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family, Jacobs gravitated to Reform Judaism because the movement emphasized social justice.