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lure

1. Angling any of various types of brightly-coloured artificial spinning baits, usually consisting of a plastic or metal body mounted with hooks and trimmed with feathers, etc.
2. Falconry a feathered decoy to which small pieces of meat can be attached and which is equipped with a long thong
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The Wigglefish, credited with luring George Perry's record largemouth in 1932, came a few years later.
The goal is to get the dog to quickly realize and reliably understand that the cue--not the luring or shaping, etc.
Dwindling student enrollment, plans to build new schools, or luring teachers are among the reasons public schools nationwide are using video to make their cases.
But luring insects to their doom can ease the need for such spraying.