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The attractions at the Atrium were set out fully; but the name of Ras Fendihook did not appear.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
It was a pleasant little city, with some of the attractions of larger places.
THE IRON FURROWGEORGE C. SHEDD
The attractions of the place are of no common order: all that art and luxury could suggest have been lent to its embellishment.
Theatrical booking became an open field, and the producer can now play his attractions in both Syndicate and Shubert theaters.
CHARLES FROHMAN: MANAGER AND MANISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON AND DANIEL FROHMAN
It occurred to him that perhaps he might present somewhat of both these attractions, in one character.
HEPSEY BURKEFRANK NOYES WESTCOTT
Sir Bruce had attractions other than his old baronetcy and his coal-mines.
EMILY FOX-SETONFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Its wealth of attractions were as yet unknown to the hunter, the fisherman and the fur-trader.
GLIMPSES OF THE PASTW. O. RAYMOND
Had Captain Southcombe ever even seen her; and if not, how could he be in such raptures about her attractions?
SPRINGHAVENR. D. BLACKMORE
Maedler was comparatively indifferent to the planets, cold towards the comets, and callous to the attractions of the nebulæ.
HISTORIC ODDITIESSABINE BARING-GOULD
The look, half tolerant, half amused, with which she greeted sallies of this kind was one of her attractions for the Squire.
ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD