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The jury may have been swayed by the argument that Ballard had seduced Norman in a story familiar in every seduction novel.
Over time, Gore was seduced by what he calls ecology’s “big, beautiful theories” for how living beings can exist in complex communities.
Silicon Valley has long been seduced by the idea of augmented reality and has struggled nearly as long to make the technology useful.
In coming decades, technology will more compellingly seduce our attention, will escape its silicon-and-glass cage, will animate the inanimate, and even shape our biology.
Then the Pool Boy Chronicles, in which Falwell’s wife allegedly seduced a 20-year-old pool boy into a relationship that involved Falwell attending for the purposes of video documentation.
WHO AMONG US HAS NOT SEDUCED THE POOL BOY?EUGENE ROBINSONAUGUST 30, 2020OZY
At Stettin, during the armistice, he entered the fortress and tried to seduce the governor, an ex-Jacobin and erstwhile friend.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
He is too scrupulous to seek to seduce the wife of another; he even fears to contract an illicit intimacy with a maid or a widow.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
What is it that gives evil governments their influence, but their power to terrify, and their wealth and honours to seduce?
A whisper at Ispahan, 'Kerbogha is of the Ismaelians; he moves disguised as a dervish to seduce the emirs.'
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
His last resource was an attempt to seduce the loyalty of the besiegers.

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