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Lincoln also tried in vain to entice the loyal border slave states to adopt gradual emancipation policies, by offering to compensate them for their financial losses and to deport those who were freed.Working to end slavery, Lincoln found power — and limits — in the Constitution|Elizabeth R. Varon|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Hotels and resorts across the United States have been getting creative this past year in an effort to entice travelers to visit.Why some seasonal hotels across the U.S. are staying open year-round|Molly O'Brien|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
Nvidia is buying rival Arm to bolster its position in processor chips, and Apple has defected from Intel to chips of its own designs, perhaps enticing Microsoft to follow suit.
Like many Catholic boys of the era, Byrne was enticed into thinking that he had a calling to the priesthood, and at age 11, he travels to a seminary in Birmingham, England.Gabriel Byrne’s ‘Walking with Ghosts’ is a revelation in unexpected ways|Keith Donohue|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
To create a sense of urgency, consider planning a time-limited, flash sale campaign, and offer free shipping to entice customers.SMB’s guide to marketing: Stand out and boost sales during the holidays|Steffen Schebesta|December 24, 2020|Search Engine Watch
And perhaps most enticingly, at least to employees I spoke with, the network would be staunchly nonpartisan.
It goes beautifully with dark chocolate, making for an enticingly spicy version of hot cocoa.
From the seat, enticingly, she offered him the place beside her.The Tragic Muse|Henry James
Rewards in the shape of meat dangled enticingly before him were haughtily rejected.Rescue Dog of the High Pass|James Arthur Kjelgaard
While she does so she again hums a song, looking up at him at intervals enticingly, under her lashes.The Gay Lord Quex|Arthur W. Pinero
A bright, fair world stretched enticingly before him, and he was dying.The Moving Finger|Mary Gaunt
"Do have a cup of tea," cried Kate, enticingly, with the view to a reprieve.Bluebell|Mrs. George Croft Huddleston