“Tend” in the news

Example collocations

people tend
tend not
tend to focus
tend to form
tend to use

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www.express.co.uk
Express.co.uk
· Camilla news: The surprising link between Camilla and Prince George  
Water signs tend to be emotional and intense, but are also known to be compassionate and intuitive.
seekingalpha.com
Seeking Alpha
· 1H 2020: Factors In Review  
Value stocks, which tend to perform inversely to quality, have significantly lagged.
seekingalpha.com
Seeking Alpha
· Chubb Ltd.: Guidance And Conservative Management Point To Resilience  
The pursuit of margins tends to pressure premiums, and the current period - fueled by concerns of a second coronavirus wave and less traffic - won't benefit some segments (e.g., automobile) and, thus, demand for Chubb's products.
www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· The novel is dead – again. And this time, it's women who have murdered it  
It did not escape my notice that these writers happen to be women, while the literary God-botherers of the past have tended to be men.
bleacherreport.com
Bleacher Report
· MLB Summer Camp 2020: Latest Injury News on Adalberto Mondesi, Brandon Morrow  
There had been very little new with respect to his status prior to Chicago's decision to release him, which tends to be an indicator of limited progress.
seekingalpha.com
Seeking Alpha
· How To Retire: Teach Your Children Well  
Psychologists tend to agree that the authoritative style of parenting provides the best environment for children.
www.theage.com.au
The Age
· Why farmers' advocate Fiona Simson has little to say to Barnaby Joyce  
But it’s frustrating that we still do tend to get blamed all the time.
www.theage.com.au
The Age
· Maaate: why men need to keep their friends  
Why is it that the friendships they do form tend to be with the husbands of their wife’s friends, or the fathers of their children’s friends (“dad friends”), which tend to fade away over time?
www.independent.co.uk
The Independent
· Employers should now always offer working from home as option, Matt Hancock says  
He said one of the main beneficiaries of home working were women as they tend to have more childcare responsibilities, adding: “Evidence shows (flexible working) on average benefits women more than men”.
www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· A 'force of nature' social worker and a nurse who had found his calling: US healthcare workers who died from Covid-19  
As the first US surge of Covid-19 emerged in late February, he spent weeks tending to its victims.