allure

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alure A
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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As to Porthos, all his attention was concentrated on the allurements of the breakfast table.
Will you leave him to the allurements of the world and the devil?
He mentioned the beauties of his native country and asked us if those were not sufficient allurements to induce us to prolong our journey as far north as Perth, where he resided.
There was surely a saloon on the corner-- perhaps on all four corners, and some in the middle of the block as well; and each one stretched out a hand to him each one had a personality of its own, allurements unlike any other.
The barking and screaming of hundreds of baboons could mean naught else than that one or more of their number had fallen a victim to the allurements of the bait.
But your arts and allurements may, in a moment of infatuation, have made him forget what he owes to himself and to all his family.
Those exciting pictures of country life, so free from fears and troubles, the ocean of happy days that glitters incessantly before all young imaginations, are real allurements wherewith to fascinate a poor, unhappy prisoner, worn out by prison cares, emaciated by the stifling air of the Bastile.
But the unhappy affair had taught him one thing for certain: to know without question what love was, and that the memory of Bertrade de Montfort's lips would always be more to him than all the allurements possessed by the balance of the women of the world, no matter how charming, or how beautiful.
It was a situation full of allurements. Nevertheless he was bewildered.
It is difficult to erase from memory the days of Changa Manga and Murree where the MNAs were held hostage to save them from the allurement of the opposite camp.
Moral training through games is inevitable for the nourishment and allurement towards study of the coming posterities, so that the unnecessary burden of slips on the children of elementary education upto matriculate can be finished.
He further said that unnecessary things are put in the slips to unnecessarily overburden the students.Moral training through games is inevitable for the nourishment and allurement towards study of the coming posterities, so that the unnecessary burden of slips on the children of elementary education upto matriculate can be finished.He further said that the knowledge which should be made part of syllabus of FA, FSc, BA, BSc or Master Degree is imposed on the children of Matric which is an excess to the children and Education system.