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allure

A popular, non-medical term for (sexual) attractiveness.
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"We are honored to find ourselves at the head of a list that includes many of the world's most esteemed safari outfitters," commented Sunit Sanghrajka, founder and owner of Alluring Africa.
"Alluring Park also has a filly foal by Galileo, which is also very nice, and is in foal to Dubawi."
In the Midlands section of the new book, this is what the authors had to say: "Though Coventry itself isn't terribly alluring, its spectacular pair of cathedrals, one new and one ruined, make it a worthwhile day trip from Stratford, Warwick or Birmingham."
Raguso has found that hawkmoths searching for alluring odors respond to leaf fragrances as well as to those of flowers.
Conversational in tone, Yaelisa's more loosely woven, even rambling Pot Solea encompassed a range of rhythms and emotional textures--from alluring and inquisitive to defiant and exuberant--and displayed her liberating, whole-body involvement.
Princess Diana has lost it, says a posh magazine - which dumps her from its list of the world's 50 most alluring women.
Winter Park, FL, April 18, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Specialty luxury tour operator Alluring Africa, a Florida based company with over twenty years of experience in the travel industry has launched the Fight Hunger Feed Hope campaign with a unisex t-shirt design.
He said: "These birds are the ultimate celebration of being a true Scot - a great lover, proud, brave and alluring to the opposite sex."
ALLURING PARK made a winning debut in the six-furlong juvenile fillies' maiden at Leopardstown last night, earning plaudits from her trainer Jim Bolger and from Seamus Burns, who bred her at his Lodge Park stud and in whose wife Trish's name the filly races, writes Tony O'Hehir.
Oh, yes, and she almost married Erik Bruhn, a dear friend and partner, just before he met the alluring young Nureyev.
When an alluring female inspires a battle between males, combatants stick horns into each other's sheaths.