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    1. She had received her cheque from Rivron that morning, for two hundred thousand dollars, and a written assurance of the A-list publicity the gift was going to attract from the buyer

    2. Attract birds and other creatures that naturally prey on snails and slugs

    3. Learn timing, planting too early or too late will cause problems and attract slugs/snails and other pests

    4. He kept his eyes down and tried to move as slowly as possible so as not to attract any attention

    5. Effectively attract and kills flies without poison scatter baits or electrocution

    6. pronounce these words they attract the power of the Holy Spirit like a mag-

    7. "The less notice we attract, the better

    8. "You asked not to attract notice

    9. "Will this fire attract them?"

    10. A leese is bigger than a human, it was more than he could eat in fact, so it would attract hakken and quibarta

    1. Flies are attracted by the bait, by pass it and move up the cone where they are trapped in the chamber and die in the sun

    2. One thing which attracted me to this place was the fact that it is in the country

    3. Morg had never been that attracted to pure-blood Caucasians like Ava and had little interest in Ava's passion; virtuality

    4. She was attracted to him because of that

    5. It is not attracted, it attracts

    6. The truth is that victims are attracted to vampires

    7. After spending a few Earth years with her he now suspected she was attracted to the 'starmen,' as she called Brazilians, so she could watch them more closely

    8. "Are you still attracted to me?" she asked

    9. uncommon to encounter an energy within you that is attracted

    10. You've shared a nest with her all these weeks, you're plainly attracted to her and she to you

    1. Attracting and trapping snails is one of the most effective natural snail controls

    2. I have found this system to really work in attracting, catching, and killing flies

    3. Sad to say most have been trained to guard against what is not wanted and thereby attracting more of that to their life experience

    4. attracting any illnesses his spirit resists any of them

    5. On the surface, this whole idea of attracting what you want

    6. on the path that’s most optimal for you and attracting your

    7. With them and all the other attention we were attracting, I couldn't see you until the separation came thru without a lot of hacking to keep them off of us

    8. Attracting dates using false pretences can only lead

    9. Come up with a cute new header every week so that you’re attracting different kinds of

    10. Gratitude is a fantastic way to not only ease turbulent emotions like fear, but it can actually help you to better appreciate your life as it is right now (problems and all), as well as continuously keep attracting better experiences

    1. The best way to do this that I have found is through use of a natural snail bait and using snail trap that attracts ‘em

    2. Often promotes healthy environments which always attracts times this will be obvious

    3. Traps: Japanese Beetle Traps are a pheromone (a natural insect attractant) that attracts females and traps them for disposal

    4. Attracts females maggot flies

    5. Attracts and traps them

    6. the ticking of the clock attracts my attention and I watch the minute hand as it slowly moves round the clockface steadily using up the minutes of my life

    7. ‘So what attracts you to this job?’ he asked, abandoning that line of enquiry

    8. It is not attracted, it attracts

    9. It is the superiority of price which attracts them; and as soon as that superiority ceases, they necessarily cease to go thither

    10. sole satisfaction attracts them more than political

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    Synonyms for "attract"

    attract draw draw in pull pull in appeal seduce charm tempt lure captivate enchant invite bring in magnetise magnetize drag

    "attract" definitions

    direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes

    be attractive to

    exert a force on (a body) causing it to approach or prevent it from moving away