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For companies that can afford it, that hefty price tag has usually been a small price to pay for access to a hundred million captivated viewers.
News of the kidnapping of Bobby Greenlease, and the half dozen ransom notes and 15 telephone calls to the Greenlease family that followed, “captivated the imagination of the United States” Heidenry said.
What captivated Chelsea about Alula was that it was something she wished had existed when she wanted to be a better support system for her close friends who are breast cancer survivors.
So the nature of that storytelling and the ability to share with others, I think, is what made The Sims captivate people for so long.
He still acknowledged that her beauty was the most complete; but he found in Camilla a variety that was captivation.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
If all the varied hues of captivation her changing humor wore were but the deep practised lures of coquetry?
Two or three jests adapted to Andrew's palate achieved his momentary captivation.
Art can accomplish much, but it cannot supply the inherent captivation that constitutes the puissance of Rosalind.
THE MERRY-GO-ROUNDCARL VAN VECHTEN
He knew that Clare Kenwardine was not the girl to attempt his captivation merely because he had shown himself susceptible.
Unless, of course, its incentive had lain in consciousness of Summerlad's nave captivation.
LINDA LEE, INCORPORATEDLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE

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