The film focuses on two Ukranian teens, Raya and Luba, who are lured into slavory by promises of a hotel job.
These steps have lured some $170 billion in foreign direct investment in 2012 alone (roughly 12 percent of global flows).
Mostafaei said Jabbari was lured to the apartment of the man from the intelligence service.
Roger Williams lured them with private plane rides, generous consulting contracts and even cash, interviews and records show.
To date, LDM has lured a combined audience of 35,000 people.
The young are lured by them, ruined in health and seared in conscience.
I well know by what arts she has lured you to forget yourself.
As long as our one cavalier has been lured away from us by Delia we might as well try to console one another, laughed Marjorie.
A sudden tremor seemed to shake the lambent flame that had lured him on.
One day the children, lured by the beautiful wild flowers, became hopelessly lost in the woods.
early 14c., "something which allures or entices, an attraction" (a figurative use), also "bait for recalling hawks," from Anglo-French lure, Old French loirre "device used to recall hawks, lure," from Frankish *loþr or some other Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *lothran "to call" (cf. Middle High German luoder, Middle Low German loder "lure, bait," German Luder "lure, deceit, bait;" also Old English laþian "to call, invite," German laden).
Originally a bunch of feathers on a long cord, from which the hawk is fed during its training. Used of means of alluring other animals (especially fish) from c.1700. Technically, bait is something the animal can eat; lure is a more general term. Also in 15c. a collective word for a group of young women.
late 14c., of hawks, also of persons, from lure (n.). Related: Lured; luring.