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They even had the tournament’s favorite 98-year-old nun, Sister Jean, as a lucky charm.
He was friendly and had a captivating charm and a sharp wit, Monteleone said.
Part of the trials’ charm has been the sheer number of participants, the vast majority with little to no chance of making the Olympic team.
The exact recipe was a closely guarded secret, but part of the petite crab cake’s charm was the restraint deployed by the chef.
We can practically see the steam coming out of Pen’s ears as she watches her cousin charm Colin.
He has an air of comfortable self-assurance and absolute enjoyment of life, a huge smile and disarming charm.
That old expression that the second time is a charm may apply in antitrust.
The world of Ancient Greece is incredibly crafted, the story about family is gripping, and protagonist Kassandra brings charm back to the series in a manner reminiscent of Ezio.
The cartel, which is battling Los Zetas splinter groups in the eastern state, has launched a charm offensive.
An earlier measure had lost by a 2-to-1 margin, but Carlino spent in a year in Charles Town, applying his considerable charm and energy to reversing the outcome.

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION