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Here are her suggestions for creating an inviting holiday home.
Butterfield hypothesized that an Instagram Stories–like feature for companies may be more inviting to people who may be burned out on having to constantly attend video meetings.
“The first thing I saw was that if I did something wrong, I could commit a crime,” he said, which is the opposite of the goal of making voting an easier, more inviting experience.
Green comments are respectful, productive and inviting—even if they dispute a viewpoint.
This problem is simply stated, easily understood, and all too inviting.
Immediately he reappeared, and held the door wide open, inviting the lady to step in.
"Yes, since he's inviting himself we can't be so impolite as to leave him," said Mr. Chillingworth.
Neither name was inviting; but studying our guide-books, we thought we could manage even without our friend.
Then he had a scheme for inviting the girl to his own house, and to that scheme he obtained his wife's consent.
LADY ANNAANTHONY TROLLOPE
The beautiful little girl had not spoken to her, though she had hung by21 very close, inviting an approach with hungry eyes.
RED-ROBINJANE ABBOTT

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