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Loeffler is also likely to have trouble wooing voters outside of the GOP base because of the particular dynamics of her race.
DEMOCRATS DON’T NEED TO WIN GEORGIA, IOWA, OHIO OR TEXAS — BUT THEY COULDPERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 16, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The effort to woo those few remaining customers, particularly when a company can’t compete on price, borders on the absurd, several analysts said.
IT’S HIS LAND. NOW A CANADIAN COMPANY GETS TO TAKE IT.BY LEE VAN DER VOO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
Several airlines including United have also done away with change fees in a bid to woo back wary travelers.
Oracle, the king of pre-cloud databases, is increasingly wooing its customers with cloud products while all three major cloud platforms—Amazon, Microsoft, and Google—also have their own cloud database services.
Instagram is not the only platform attempting to woo TikTok creators.
Who wants to peruse fictitious adventures, when railroads and steamboats woo him to adventures of his own?
She was quite wickedly indifferent to consequences, and was inspired to woo the fickle goddess of popularity.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
It was in contrast to these officials that he painted the ideal times of Kings Wan and Woo.
Many suitors came from far to woo her, and brought presents innumerable of corn, skins, and cattle to lay at her feet.
My long lithe lily, my languid lily, My lank limp lily-love, how shall I win— Woo thee to wink at me?

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