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enticement

in tahys muhnt

  • n  something that seduces or has the quality to seduce
  • n  qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward
  • n  the act of influencing by exciting hope or desire
    his enticements were shameless

  • The downward march paused briefly in 1979, but resumed when the local economy slumped and the Star stopped offering cut-rate subscriptions, an enticement for new readers that .
  • But if the move raises concerns in Tehran, it's not because of any impact it will have on Iran's missile capability, but rather because the decision represents an enticement to .
  • The sight of a woman's body, in all its contours and mysteries, remains a visual enticement to me.
News & Articles

  • Carterville man draws prison term in Internet sting case
    A judge sentenced a Carterville man to seven years in prison Monday on a conviction for enticement of a child in an Internet predator sting case. Circuit Judge Gayle Crane assessed Charles E. Doennig, 35, the prison term at a sentencing hearing in Jasper County Circuit Court in Joplin.
    June 11, 2013 - The Joplin Globe
Quotes

  • Jim Hood in Washington Post
    Jim Hood of Mississippi, one of eight state attorneys general seeking information from MySpace, said: "We may very well find that some of the messages included illegal enticement of a child."
  • Ramon Morales in USA Today
    Playing against important players and good players like Beckham always provides a greater enticement, greater motivation,Morales said in Spanish. "We hope he can be on the field, even if he's injured. He's going to improve the technical...
  • Brian Cashman in Newsday
    It's not something we gravitated toward easily,general manager Brian Cashman said. "But obviously, we're committed to it now. It's somebody we really wanted. Part of the enticement for him was the family plan. It was an obstacle we had to...

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