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1. An enticing smell came from the kitchen.
2. An enticing smell came from the bakery.
3. The offer was too enticing to refuse.
4. Highways, developed to ease traffic, multiply traffic by enticing more drivers out on the roads.
5. Turns out tempera contains enticing egg yolk.
6. Companies throw them in as enticing make-weights in their employees' pay packets.
7. Those numbers have become more enticing to Sen.
8. He is enticing insurance companies to improve their level of service to urban areas.
9. In a liberalized context other options look more enticing; they also become more feasible.
10. Floor lamps Use a floor lamp to create enticing pools of light.
11. Nevertheless, this is an enticing introduction to the subject.
12. That enticing possibility is why they are bound to have a go.
13. What had seemed so fresh and enticing at first was now stale, predictable.
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14. It has an enticing colour photograph of palm trees and white sand.
15. It looked enticing and we decided to follow it as far as we could.
16. Short- hold and assured tenancies aimed at enticing owners to let empty homes are looked on with suspicion and disdain.
17. Meanwhile, low borrowing rates are enticing some junk-rated companies to raise money in the high-yield market.
18. Even more enticing are Ciudad's drinks.
19. It has an enticing scent and flavour of just pressed grapes cut with a fresh note of lemon.
20. Discipline comes from enticing and exciting classroom activity and a genuine commitment to the classroom as a community.
21. It was a hot day and the water looked enticing.
22. The idea of two weeks in the sun sounds very enticing.
23. A prospective premium of about 30 per cent on their initial investment is enticing.
24. When it comes to earning a living there is no more enticing environment than a pub.
25. This, coupled with the minimal outlay in terms of resources, time, and indeed effort, results in enticing rewards.
26. Employers in all fields of endeavour were crying out for them, offering generous salaries along with an array of enticing perks.
27. The advertisers have been accused of trying to make the alcoholic drinks enticing to teenagers.
28. Or perhaps the head asleep on the pillow is revealed as something less enticing in the cold light of dawn.
29. Especially when the struggle is so difficult, and the behavior so enticing, pleasurable, and meaningful.
30. And plans by some European governments to privatise infrastructure assets may also be enticing.
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