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I was glad his mother had joined the call, because she, in her pride, coaxed out the stories where he was perhaps too humble to tell them.
Clumpner and Benvenuto in 2019 cited Vancouver’s then 2-year-old vacancy tax, which has since been tripled after the initial rate hadn’t coaxed landlords to fill as many units as hoped.
VACANCY TAX STUDY IS GIVING CITY OFFICIALS DÉJÀ VULISA HALVERSTADT AND ANDREW KEATTSFEBRUARY 10, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Snyder has brilliantly played to his players’ strengths and worked around their weaknesses, coaxing a nice bounce-back campaign from Mike Conley while maintaining a positive power dynamic between Donovan Mitchell and Gobert.
One group recently coaxed vacuum bubble-like behavior out of a simple simulation.
I’m guessing some combination of a famous personality, a classic dish and, well, a darn good sauce, coaxed into rich, silken luxury over two-plus hours of cook time.
Eventually, the team even theorizes you could coax the growth of plant-based materials into specific target shapes, so you could also do some of the manufacturing in the lab, by growing a wood table directly for instance.
She finds men who seem perhaps OK and then coaxes out their worst impulses to prove to herself, and to us, that all men are terrible.
But he soon got over his fear, and was so busy feeding the elephant, that his papa had to coax him away.
Sue drew Tessa aside to coax in her plaintively miserable voice, Come home with me; father will say things, and I shall be afraid.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
The doctors said we must take the child away, if we would coax her back to health and strength again.

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