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One of the most popular fabrics in running shoes, nylon wicks sweat and it’s stretchy, so it will more easily conform to the shape of your feet while you’re on the run.
Hamilton wanted the chance to invest in the ideas and people who didn’t conform to the expected image of how a founder is supposed to look.
For some customers, the experience of dining at home over Thanksgiving might even be freeing, as they’re not forced to conform to the traditional roast turkey and mashed potato crowd pleasers or commit to long hours in the kitchen.
A sturdy nose wire easily conforms to fit your face, stays in place, and helps anchor sunglasses without much fogging.
It does not fit the mold of public opinion, and it does not conform to shifting standards.
It does not fit the mold of public opinion and it does not conform to shifting standards and answers only to the facts and to the law.
He permitted a plurality of wives, conforming in this point to the immemorial usage of the orientals.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
By conforming to the Laws of this Universe; instead of trying by pettifogging to evade and profitably contradict them.
A silver head may be placed on the wood of a walking stick, precisely conforming on the outside to the form of the wood within.
The enemy under Bragg lay between us and stone River in order of battle, his general line conforming to the course of that stream.

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