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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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The alluring setting also motivates guests to pursue fitness on a daily basis.
With a score of 99.64, Alluring Africa was propelled into the top spot in their category following a strong third-place showing in 2017.
THE dam of Friday's Oaks winner Was, Alluring Park, looks set to play another prominent role at this year's Tattersalls October Sale, two years on from the 1.2 million guineas sale of her celebrated daughter in the same ring to Demi O'Byrne Breeder Seamus Burns of Lodge Park Stud yesterday confirmed that the plan is to send her yearling daughter by Galileo, who is a sister to Was and half-sister to Listed-winning juvenile Janood, to this year's Tattersalls October Sale.
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What if healthcare facilities created unique settings, alluring to baby boomers, that packaged care and assistance in a way that supported the patient while minimizing the emphasis on illness?
The styles of the 1930s are used as a foundation for classic alluring pieces, while attention to lace and other finishing touches add professional chic allure.
'They are sexual in a different and alluring way,' she muses.
The going gets gory, but the alluring unreliability of the Internet turns horror into mystery: What's true?