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151. As a moderate in a party increasingly dominated by hard-line conservatives, bodybuilder and action film star "Arnie" can appeal to centrist and independent voters, especially male ones.
152. In coming out of the Other's mouth, Sade's maxim is more honest than Kant's appeal to the voice within, since it unmasks the split in the subject that is usually covered up.
153. Result proof, these fair-spoken girls are having stronger appeal to the member than the boss.
154. As a young child, he worked in the shop of his father, a soap and candlemaker, but this work did not appeal to a boy who loved to read and study.
155. The adornment of vamp broadband or metallic paillette is contented and different aesthetic appeal to beg.
156. We need to appeal to a wider customer base.
157. And some Roma criminals appeal to shared ethnicity.
158. It is precisely the small-town atmosphere and slow pace of life that appeal to the locals.
159. Boeing purposely limited the extent that carriers could customize the new plane in order to appeal to banks and leasing companies that are behind many purchases.
160. Whether Mr Huntsman can appeal to red-blooded Republicans in the primaries will depend in part on the quality of his campaign.
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161. The case will go to appeal to the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals, and thereafter, possibly to the Supreme Court.
162. He also sought to appeal to a Jewish constituency for his Presidential ambitions.
163. But this is not always a sufficient diet, and they need to be given food that comes in a form or shape specifically designed to reach, and appeal to the bottom feeder .
164. Does the paprika chicken appeal to your appetite?
165. How can you appeal to them without alienating the mainstream crowd?