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Only time will tell if that changes in 2021 — but in the first few weeks of the season at least, Buxton has tantalized everyone again with flashes of the stellar player Minnesota has been hoping he would become for years.
THIS IS THE BYRON BUXTON WE WERE PROMISEDNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)APRIL 13, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The park’s tantalizing waterfalls and the strong spring current of the Merced River have also attributed to the high fatality numbers—17 people drowned.
Apple has already begun to tantalize the market with a couple of nods in this direction.
Discoveries about the cosmos and ancient life on Earth tantalized scientists and the public in 2020.
There was just enough to tantalize the poor brutes without filling their stomachs.
Details had vanished eons ago, but something still remained to tantalize imagination.
SHOCK TREATMENTSTANLEY MULLEN
Trying to tantalize their victim, the Apaches made thrusts at Ensign Dave, and then leaped nimbly back.
Therefore we call it to tantalize a person to offer him a thing he longs for, and then to draw it away from him.
This singular punishment inflicted upon Tantalus gave rise to the expression “to tantalize.”
Schools without libraries feed a prisoner with salted viands and then tantalize his thirst with pitchers and bottles, all empty.

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