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allure

A popular, non-medical term for (sexual) attractiveness.
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These figures disclosed that food insecurity was one of the major reason to make masses belonging to all classes subject to allure. One is allured by hunger and another might be by the fantasy world's attraction.
Nightlife lovers have more reasons to party onboard the Amplified Allure of the Seas.
Allure: What was Paolo's reaction to the arrival of his siblings?
Allure had been operated as a standalone subsidiary of Christie Digital Systems, Inc.
Allure of Battle is a fusion of history and military thought across time.
The technology is available on the Allure and Collection trim level as a PS480 option.
It's being hailed as a victory for grey power and the sexual allure of the older woman.
Artificial Hearts: The Allure and Ambivalence of a Controversial Medical Technology
American Self-Radicalizing Terrorists and the Allure of "Jihadi Cool/Chic"
new diamond jewellery collection - Allure. In a press statement, the leading jeweller said it would be launching the new campaign to "add charm" to its Allure range of fancy-shaped diamond collection.
Harman launched its Allure speaker which features voice assistance via Amazon's Alexa and a 360 degree design.