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    1. ” Who would think that we captivate God? Most would say that we are meant to be captivated by him, but yet one glance of our eye moves him

    2. Nothing else will satisfy and nothing else will captivate them

    3. As predicted, the name once more demonstrated its power to captivate, to freeze a fast mover in his tracks

    4. Her powerful green eyes locked onto his with that mesmerising depth that never failed to captivate him

    5. continues to captivate attention and create more imaginative activity

    6. It was one of those feature cases that captivate worldwide attention, but prejudice and corruption had excluded him from the team assigned to the case

    7. Wes began to captivate the crowd with a monster guitar thrashing while the look on Uncles face told me that he was giving it everything he had – his guitar solo was very “Eddie Van Halen-esque

    8. light was observed that seemed to captivate one’s attention

    9. This will positively captivate the imagination of the potential buyer and if the stars are aligned

    10. The moon was full and seemed to captivate the two men

    11. Also, at that small size, it still needs to captivate and create interest

    12. He was using his charms to captivate her, not that he needed much effort, as she was more into him

    13. I recorded all that and my films should captivate you, Jan

    14. This is a lesson that I was taught early, and combinations of minerals continue not only to interest me but also to amaze and captivate me

    15. He can captivate you with his energetic presence and rapid-fire one-liners, but he doesn’t tug at your heart

    16. A fountain was located in the middle of the courtyard, surrounded by many beds of green plants and colourful flowers and roses which spread their fragrant perfume to captivate the heart and heal the spirit: it presented a delightful picture when one observed their bright beauty which the Godly Hand had produced and formed in all its excellence

    17. capitulate to the created reality that our children must be massively entertained to captivate their attention and learn

    18. At that moment, the aide of the virtuous Arab officer was coming upstairs; he was a Turkish officer and it so happened that he was related to the sultan: surely a man to be wary of! He soon saw her… she was, after all, a beautiful young woman who could quickly turn a man’s head and captivate his heart!

    19. Somehow, with your entrancing smile and caustic tongue, you’ve managed to captivate me

    20. This new cult is spreading across our land like a plague and the people do not know how to withstand the dark power that it employs to captivate and subjugate them to its evil purposes

    21. A story needs a plot, or a hook to captivate your target audience

    22. cares of this world captivate you so and you cannot see the signs of

    23. It was a monumental union of the flesh; threatening to captivate the soul

    24. The first to captivate and take his fancy were the pots, out of which he would have very gladly helped himself to a moderate pipkinful; then the wine skins secured his affections; and lastly, the produce of the frying-pans, if, indeed, such imposing cauldrons may be called

    25. The children went to him like bees to a honeypot, and establishing themselves on each knee, proceeded to captivate him by rifling his pockets, pulling his beard, and investigating his watch, with juvenile audacity

    26. Just the kind of girl I should suppose likely to captivate poor Edward

    27. Their lodgings were in a cottage a little further along the lane, but they came and assisted Tess in her departure, and argued that she should dress up in her very prettiest guise to captivate the hearts of her parents-in-law; though she, knowing of the austere and Calvinistic tenets of old Mr Clare, was indifferent, and even doubtful

    28. And they can also leave if his “house” doesn’t completely captivate them

    29. About thirty years ago Miss Maria Ward, of Huntingdon, with only seven thousand pounds, had the good luck to captivate Sir Thomas Bertram, of Mansfield Park, in the county of Northampton, and to be thereby raised to the rank of a baronet’s lady, with all the comforts and consequences of a handsome house and large income

    30. Fanny Price was at this time just ten years old, and though there might not be much in her first appearance to captivate, there was, at least, nothing to disgust her relations

    31. My heart of old would captivate

    32. To captivate her how devoted!

    33. Modest, amiable, and witty, a talented linguist, adorned with qualities calculated to captivate the least impressionable—she was reduced to begging for the slightest services almost upon her knees, and compelled to pay for every crust of bread at the price of her shame

    34. Now you reproach me for having a weakness for that lady when you yourself incited her to captivate me! She told me so to my face

    1. I was totally captivated

    2. “K’nada seems to have captivated everyone’s imagination, and to be perfectly honest I do not understand it

    3. He was totally captivated

    4. Rayne was laughing so hard that tears rolled down her face, much to the pleasure of a captivated Tevid

    5. 3 She captivated me as she sang

    6. Evil is the roaches' captivated indulgence of

    7. They were captivated to say the least

    8. Descriptions of the sea most captivated all the listeners and gave rise, for White Feathers, to quite a recurrence of nostalgia

    9. ” Who would think that we captivate God? Most would say that we are meant to be captivated by him, but yet one glance of our eye moves him

    10. will gaze upon Him and be captivated by His glory alone

    11. Those near Jesus were focused on Him, captivated by

    12. curious of what was over the edge of the cliff, captivated by

    13. what was in the valley rather than captivated by Jesus

    14. not aware of Jesus, nor were they captivated by Him

    15. Only one thing captivated him and gave him security: dwelling

    16. "Hopelessly infatuated then, captivated, mesmerized, bewitched, call it what you will," he said and to a larger extent than he wanted to admit to himself, meant it

    17. The king and queen were captivated by her story and the queen also had to dab at her eyes as the tears welled up in them

    18. His audience was totally captivated by the tale

    19. He would find her a short distance from the boundaries, looking toward Ivarstead and captivated by its flickering lanterns and their glows dancing on the waters of Lake Geir

    20. Little shivers of contented amazement beset her as the revelation captivated her mind

    21. She herself had seen such entertainers and been captivated by their craft

    22. Martin was captivated by the scene below as he tried to get used to peering at objects as they came into view and then quickly passed

    23. Her mind, persona, attitude, gentle but forceful way, intrigued and then captivated him

    24. For a few seconds he stood frozen, captivated by this strange phenomenon, until some base survival instinct kicked in

    25. captivated by this Rex Dupar!”

    26. That night, in his house, when they had chatted, and Rosemary had relaxed, Frank was captivated by her

    27. places like Tiramisu and were captivated by the area

    28. We were a captivated audience, beholden to this creature, utterly smitten and charmed

    29. He stared at the image, captivated by her beauty

    30. He was absolutely captivated by the Stones

    31. He had captivated her, occupied her thoughts, and had unexpectedly begun to enter her dreams

    32. Totally captivated me

    33. the place of great mystery and awe that had captivated him as he’d read and watched the exploits of

    34. Clever minded individuals are oftentimes captivated by the perception of their (own) inestimable ―Wisdom‖

    35. Art Stupefaction conceals an inherent baseness common to affected styles and manners that is often lost on the casual observer, captivated as many of them are by erratic forms for their own sake without giving considered thought to their (social) implications; radical ―art‖ forms whose intended meaning, if any, are often unclear, its premises anti-social, tasteless, adolescent, absurd, valueless and immoral

    36. …another troubling aspect of this ―culture‖ is the seeming inability…or unwillingness of its members to step outside an environment that in some manner has captivated its ―own‖…

    37. She studied Truman’s face for a clue, but he was captivated totally by the broad shouldered man descending the ladder

    38. The rinks MC had captivated us once again, “Ahhh yeah, it’s almost time to see which break crew is the best break crew!

    39. I was totally captivated by this and ignored all else in the room

    40. Let her breasts satisfy you at all times; and be captivated always with her love; and my son, why will you be

    41. They quivered as if captivated by an essential tremor

    42. She was a charming, stunning woman who captivated everyone who met her

    43. you will be captivated by the Glory that is found in

    44. becomes totally captivated by Him 24/7

    45. I could have raced after him, been at his throat before he blinked his disgusting eyes, but I was captivated with Connor’s words

    46. I was captivated with the number of those of my kind that night, besotted with the vampire population, probing the corners for my brothers who may have wanted to wish their sister Happy Birthday, or at least I had hoped

    47. The author never loses sight of his basic frenzy for traveling that from childhood captivated him and now in this

    48. I still remembered how this old box captivated me on a garage sale

    49. A new male patient walked in and I was immediately captivated by him

    50. Awesome in its magnitude and resplendent in its beauty, the interminable Forbidden City leaves the sightseer marveling at its art, captivated by its glorious monotony, confounded by its majestic immensity and, it is worth saying, physically exhausted when leaving that fascinating compound through a cooling royal garden

    1. he consumes everything, even the good things, and he captivates our hearts

    2. “I would like to ride out there with you, to see what it is that captivates you up there,” he commented in a low voice

    3. zation that both captivates and inspires me

    4. I’ve seen mountain views that made me pause in wonder, sunrises and sunsets that could steal a breath, but nothing captivates me like you do

    5. And tells me that it is my mind that captivates him

    6. century, it still captivates the senses of modern people and appeals to those, who are engaged in the eternal pursuit of beauty and novelty

    7. ‘Oh God! What a bitter loneliness! Total darkness: When might it be driven away? Where are the close friends? Where are the companions? Where have the sessions of pleasure and nightly conversations gone? Where have the lights and lamps disappeared to? Where are the palaces? What is the purpose beyond this life? Where is its fascinating brightness which entirely captivates the heart?

    8. Beholding love that captivates me with her many charms

    9. captivates millions of customers, employees, and fellow peers around

    10. We too are inspired by that love of poetry which the education of noble States has implanted in us, and therefore we would have her appear at her best and truest; but so long as she is unable to make good her defence, this argument of ours shall be a charm to us, which we will repeat to ourselves while we listen to her strains; that we may not fall away into the childish love of her which captivates the many

    11. The rhythm of the poem captivates me as it always did, and I feel like a child again, whole and good and loved

    12. Nevertheless the simplicity of the view that each species was first produced within a single region captivates the mind

    1. " Her voice had a captivating musicality that Theo loved

    2. had the most amazing, the most beautiful and captivating eyes

    3. Rayne smiled at the Healer, totally captivating him

    4. Reeas said, ‘You are very handsome, John, and the uniform is totally captivating

    5. God is more captivating than fun songs

    6. there was a captivating phase as well, when, almost

    7. Without a doubt, Horrifying Hippo was a magnificent, captivating sight to be seen when all groomed up from head to toe!

    8. The man took a long draught from his tankard and answered, that captivating voice nearly enticing the Nord to sleep

    9. “I don"t have anything to share,” I said, and turned my head to look at more captivating activity

    10. Although silenced with his finger, she remained in charge, baby-face pout and doe-eyed gaze captivating him

    11. Captivating for Truman was the spread of the business district to formerly residential streets, modern stores in place of open-air vendor’s stands, repaved streets, large numbers of cars and the absence of certain landmarks, all of which went unnoticed to Beth

    12. Her ruby-red lips parted and her fine white teeth were revealed in a captivating smile that Brett never tired of trying to provoke

    13. Slim Jim had this style of pulsating poppin’ that was as mesmerizing and captivating as lightning

    14. That captivating woman that he

    15. “True, home is where the heart is…that’s until you fall madly in love with a dark, captivating and beautiful city, and its king

    16. “Mustn’t have been a very captivating movie last night

    17. In a subsequent book he wrote with his wife entitled Captivating, subtitled, “Unveiling the Mystery of the Woman’s Soul”, they explain the man’s heart to the female audience of Captivating this way:

    18. Eldredge, John & Stasi, Captivating, Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul Thomas Nelson, Inc

    19. Eva found Zoe captivating, and had they been in another time and place, she wondered if they could or would have been friends

    20. the wonder of her captivating experience and basking in the glory of

    21. Glancing toward him, she sent him a shy, captivating smile

    22. captivating and powerful? For starters, it is likely to have come from the mind of Leonhard Euler, who

    23. I knew it was only a matter of time before I would surrender to Aidan's smooth demeanor, and captivating personality

    24. poetry is given new life, captivating the reader and resurrecting

    25. The first impression certainly was captivating

    26. He avoided staring at her captivating blue eyes if he wanted the argument to fall in his favor

    27. Karit looked away from her captivating eyes, a feat that required all of his might

    28. As I started to watch, it turned out to be very informative and captivating

    29. Easily these were the most captivating creatures Joey had seen so far, but based on Lezura’s testimony, his mere human eyes, though better than a nycarmans, had yet to see the magnificence this planet had to offer

    30. She was too beautiful and captivating for him to think clearly

    31. This captivating book provides us with other musical families, many of whom we weren’t aware, as well as short histories of the producers, performers and the hits that filled our radios a few decades ago

    32. Her memoir is a captivating narrative that will stand in history as testament to the power of women, faith and the spirit of our great country

    33. “It should prove a captivating film

    34. cupped her face with my paws, literally captivating the

    35. Nancy chuckled at first while reading what was supposed to have been her story: the passage of time and the resulting deformation of the information made for a captivating but also wildly inaccurate picture of herself

    36. In tilting his light head upward, Mitchell gazed at the silvery clouds that blocked a captivating moon

    37. He could envisage the devout and captivating sermons of the enigmatic reverend appealing to the secretive “social” organization that the KKK represented; whether or not he was actually a member was questionable, though the knights of the KKK would undoubtedly be willing to make contributions to this humble man in exchange for his spreading the word of their crusade

    38. captivating effect on his mind, and he could remember clinging to

    39. captivating woman of the world

    40. captivating scent that he would not soon forget, and he did not want

    41. pronounced as she spoke now, and it had a way of captivating Alex,

    42. Her eyes were captivating to Alex; he could get lost in them just

    43. almost gold, and they were utterly captivating

    44. He gazed into her captivating eyes and studied her face

    45. their minds fall into the captivating trance

    46. Her singing voice is captivating

    47. appears momentous and captivating, as though it is in repose, waiting

    48. can see he has a flair for captivating an audience

    49. The combinations of colors and lights from sky, earth, and water were so captivating he forgot that he was on a Starship traveling faster than light

    50. There was something captivating, enchanting about it

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