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be drawn

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Synonyms for gravitate

to fall or drift down to the bottom

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Words related to gravitate

move toward

be attracted to

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move due to the pull of gravitation

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There is no single type of financial institution that is gravitating toward wireless banking," said Robin Richmond, SensCom's executive vice president of marketing and strategic alliances.
However longer-term we are very bullish on the drug sector and believe investors will be gravitating towards this group given the earnings stability.
While many manufacturers and retailers continue to merchandise their products with flat images, other retailers have discovered rich media as a more dynamic and interactive product presentation and are successful pioneers in gravitating to 3D visualization and immersive environments," said Bob Rice, President and CEO of Viewpoint Corporation.
In the search for talent, companies are increasingly taking a targeted approach, gravitating toward sources that can produce qualified candidates.
Subscribers' communications habits are gravitating more and more toward new, innovative services, particularly mobile data transport, offered by next-generation wireless technology," said Elie Akilian, Inet's president and chief executive officer.
Many companies are gravitating to appliance firewalls like SonicWALL for their ease of use and dollar value.
Global carriers are gravitating toward open network architectures and with the V5 standard they can cost-effectively mix and match equipment from a variety of vendors as they build new networks and deploy new services," says John Farnbach, vice president of marketing for Aztek Engineering.
amp;uot;Having a variety of trading partners at our fingertips through NetworkOil's e-commerce marketplace is an innovation that makes sense for the oil business, and one that companies are naturally gravitating toward,&uot; commented Edmund P.
The classically trained Shur made his way to New York from Cincinnati 10 years ago; ultimately gravitating towards the acid-jazz/hip-hop underground that later rose around the now legendary Giant Step nightclub.
Strategically, our business is gravitating to more systems vital signs monitoring solutions not defibrillation technology, and this is where we want to apply our resources going forward," said David F.
Developers, recognizing the capability the Wireless Computing Lab provides, as well as the time and money it saves, are already gravitating toward its use.
Service bureaus, design agencies, print shops and in-house graphics departments are all gravitating towards CD as a replacement for tape or Syquest.
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17 (ANI): Whistle blowing web site WikiLeaks has revealed that only a small minority of young Indian Muslims are gravitating towards pan-Islamic and pro-Pakistan organizations, while the majority is community are largely not attracted to extremism.
As such, these premises do not annul the claim of the one who said "the heaven is dense", but its connections prevent it from gravitating towards the centre.