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For now, Spokane-Waco tops the enticements, especially should they meet at or near the end of the all-Indiana tournament in March.
Olson cautions that some of the increase is probably tied to heightened awareness of the group’s “CyberTipline” and stepped-up efforts by Internet companies to report possible enticement occurring on their platforms.
When these bright creatures are holding high carnival above, the trout positively refuse other enticement.
For Mademoiselle Giraud, who offered every kind of enticement, nothing could increase the aversion I had for her.
The path of light, to be sure, with all its fairy-book enticement, lay straight before her.
THE BACKWOODSMENCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Tempting indeed is the historical survey this presented, but we must not yield to the enticement.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
But the enticement offered by Reddy's swinging form proved too much for the enraged animal.
But the enticement of acquisition and discovery of novelty whilst there were not the governing influences in Balfour's excursion.
There is an enticement in their secret, locked-up beauty that lures you on from rock to rock till nightfall.
A fatal enticement lurks in her eyes as she looks towards the golden-trellised door, and throws back her head.

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