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attractiveness

uh trak tiv nuhs

  • n  the quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts
  • n  sexual allure

  • The study controlled for the CEOs' age, emotional expression and attractiveness (it's well-known that people tend to assign positive traits to the good-looking), and threw out data .
  • The creepy part has to do with how all people, not just drinkers, rate the attractiveness of minors.
  • The combination of Palin's attractiveness as a candidate and her ability to expose liberals made her a celebrity among Republicans.
Quotes

  • Mel Karmazin in Wall Street Journal
    The further improvement in our guidance reflects the attractiveness of satellite radio but maintains a cautious outlook for continued improvement in the economy,Karmazin said.
  • Viviane Reding in Reuters UK
    After just one year, .eu has become a well-established part of Europe's cyberspace,EU Information Society Commissioner Viviane Reding said in a statement. "This is a positive sign of the attractiveness of electronic commerce within the...
  • Chris Bowen in NEWS.com.au
    A low-cost default fund has some attractiveness and some advantages,Mr Bowen said after the Association of Superannuation Funds lunch in Melbourne.

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