But while cleaning and finishing lends itself
to automation, other aspects of the process can make it difficult.
While one positive aspect of this approach is that it lends itself
to positions other than middle C, therein also lies the problem.
The result is that component design is rarely conceived of in such a way that lends itself
to automated manufacturing.
As they argue, the book lends itself
to "dipping into," the lessons offered apply to a range of readers -- coaches people being coached, and sponsors or buyers of coaching services.
It seems even more daring--the title itself suggests specificity but never lends itself
The Chudnovsky method lends itself
to group efforts.
Howard Knauer, DRV Capital's President, stated: "These acquisitions fit in perfectly with our model for buying opportunistic debt which lends itself
to settlement over the Internet using the DebtResolve online system.
It would work equally well for a bank looking to make an impact with an enviable corner location, or lends itself
to a single tenant or fashion brand to cater to the area's vast residential and tourist population.
His pleasant, even-toned, unvoiced rendition evokes the idea of a well-prepared, knowledgeable lecturer and lends itself
to note taking.
It's a slightly sweet mixture of coriander, cumin, orange and lemon peel, cloves, brown sugar, salt and pepper - and lends itself
to grilled chicken, pork chops, rice, fresh tomatoes and vegetables.
Packed with joy, challenges, and wacky adventures such as the great French Fry Feud, School Days Daze is a delightful read for middle-grade kids, and also lends itself
well to being read aloud for story time.
The new machine is said to be drawing interest because it lends itself
to automated bottling lines.
The technique Kalberer has developed for his structures is very simple and easy to learn: a living willow cabin lends itself
equally to use as car port or summer house or children's playhouse.
No doubt, at times the lavish sets and costumes of Santo Loquasto tend to overwhelm the dance, but the piece lends itself
well to spectacle.
Indeed, the New World was a decadent place from its beginning--it had no tradition against which to measure the authenticity of the new, which is why it lends itself
to Modernist absurdity.