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Parks to mow, a pool to tend to and infrastructure to worry about.

Both tend to seal the system off, putting users at a disadvantage.

Men tend to be more aggressive leaders and can reap rewards for it.

And the problem for the South is that voters here tend not to vote.

I like that I tend to work on things that aren’t easily categorized.

Our local icons tend to be people who never took life too seriously.

Others tend to give you recommendations to reduce work on your part.

These feelings are uncomfortable so we tend to actively resist them.

We tend to give the latest “it” foods more credit than they deserve.

We tend to overlook that because we want to transplant these organs.

Doctors tend to stay and set up practice where they train, said Toth.

With an El Nino, things tend to get a little volatile in the markets.

They tend to start the first of a kind businesses in their countries.

We tend not to think about these things until they hit close to home.

After that, they tend to be too heavy to hold this way, he said.

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