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inducement

in doohs muhnt

  • n  a positive motivational influence
  • n  act of bringing about a desired result
    inducement of sleep

  • The only inducement in evidence at station #2624 was a standard poster, reminding MRPH #5's patients and a few outside voters that "March 2 is the main electoral day of this country.
  • It is imbued with a messianic ideology that makes it relatively immune to the lure of cash, the counterspy's usual inducement.
  • The first deal was struck Monday: up to $4,500 as an inducement to trade in gas-guzzlers for new, fuel-efficient vehicles that will emit smaller quantities of warming gases into .
News & Articles

  • XenoPort Announces New Employment Inducement Awards
    XenoPort, Inc. reported today that equity awards were made to five new employees subject to the terms and conditions of the XenoPort 2010 Inducement Award Plan. The employees were granted stock options to purchase an aggregate of 16,500 shares of XenoPort's common stock and restricted stock units representing an aggregate of 15,400 shares of XenoPort’s common stock.
    June 7, 2013 - Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance
Quotes

  • James Dyson in Reuters
    We realised that this inducement, or amplification, effect could be further enhanced by passing airflow over a ramp,says Dyson. "And of course this was the point where the idea of a bladeless fan became a real possibility. Here was a way...
  • James Madison in Antiwar.com
    James Madison cautioned that under a democratic government, "There is nothing to check the inducement to sacrifice the weaker party or the obnoxious individual."
  • Benjamin Netanyahu in National
    I actually did this temporary freeze as an inducement to enter the talks. Now seven months into this 10-month moratorium, the Palestinians have not yet come in, but they are already arguing: 'Well you've got to extend that gesture',said Mr...

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