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A gallery or passage, as along the parapets of a castle, around the roof of a church, or along a cloister.
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We created Fight Hunger Feed Hope to compel people to work together to support sustained aid in a severely ravaged area of the world,” states Sunit Sanghrajka, a native of Kenya and founder of Alluring Africa & Alluring Impact.
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.
Bolger had won the same race on a few occasions in the past, most notably with Polonia, who went on to achieve Group 1 success, and Alluring Park's dam, Park Express, was another Group 1 scorer for the trainer, numbering the Irish Champion Stakes in 1986 among her triumphs.
Miami Vice," as a large-scale feature film, liberates what is adult, dangerous and alluring about working deeply undercover .
Matar stresses, moreover, that the British responded to the power of the Ottoman Empire not simply as a terrifying threat, but as an alluring opportunity.
Cast in 630 pounds of bronze from the original design by Ernie Shelton, she's darker, statelier and much more alluring.
Since the state lottery drawing is broadcast from his station, and Russ is already having sex with Kudrow's talentless but alluring lotto ball girl Crystal, why not collude with her to rig the game and win a cool couple million.
There's something so alluring about big money that even watching someone else win lots of it is fascinating.
If it weren't for the lack of water control, the Valley could be a thriving, alluring city of its own.
In ``The Dark Lady From Belorusse,'' Charyn describes an alluring, unusual woman who most influenced his youth - his mother, Faigele.