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Yet it was the beginning of his great career, both as to a consciousness of his own powers and in attracting the public attention.

In the case of amber, since there is another different method of attracting, the Epicurean atoms cannot fit one another in shape.

Women of all descriptions were emulous of attracting his Royal Highness's attention.

More and more, he warned, the discrepancies among the services' racial practices were attracting public attention.

This, as above, is my second method for attracting Parliamentary support from the ranks of the nominal Opposition.

Lord Randolph ChurchillWinston Spencer Churchill

Attracting attention as a clever boy, he was sent to Exeter College and soon attained to influential patronage.

After many attempts he succeeded in attracting the farmer's attention, and he left his horses and came toward us.

Billy Whiskers' AdventuresFrances Trego Montgomery

Here he remained for thirteen years, attracting large multitudes by his preaching.

The Story of Our HymnsErnest Edwin Ryden

Once she even succeeded in attracting his gaze, and this was done in a way which afforded her great satisfaction.

Has she nothing better to do with herself than attracting men?

Moor FiresE. H. (Emily Hilda) Young

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