In some ways what the district councils do tends to reinforce the efforts of regional policy.
Bread made this way also tends to keep longer.
Either way, the plays tend to end on a note of melancholy.
Postmen round our way tend to leave large items outside where they can get taken.
The way he articulated his current thinking to the committee tended to leave the practical results unclear.
When people get to the subject of social meaning, the way it's looked at tends to be limited.
We knock ourselves out and one way or another the rest of the world tends to waste it all.
The way they are treated, however, tends to divert attention from the fact that the law is really at work.
But not everyone responded that way and the effects tended to wear off, he said.
That way tends to make better focus than the other way around, for a given lens.