Fascinate sentence example

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  • The sky was sparkly enough to fascinate her.
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  • Each can fascinate a child and spark his or her imagination as a toddler.
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  • Dating back more than 3000 years, the monument, a gift from the people of Egypt, is adorned with hieroglyphics and will fascinate visitors.
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  • The two could dance the same routine - and often did - but fascinate the audience just with the ways differing bodies looked performing the same movement.
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  • In addition to their undeniable beauty, butterflies continue to fascinate the world by their intimate associations with nature and their child-like joy.
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  • From the Samsung Fascinate to the BlackBerry Bold 9650, your options are more plentiful than ever.
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  • Continuing with Google Android, there is the Samsung Fascinate.
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  • The Samsung Fascinate, for instance, is a Galaxy S phone running on Google Android and it is made available through Verizon Wireless.
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  • fascinate a global audience for decades.
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  • The diversity of our cultural and natural patrimony and the joy of our people are the very attributes that most fascinate visitors.
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  • It was a scene brilliant enough to fascinate anyone, and the two eggs stood spellbound while their eyes feasted upon the unusual sight.
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  • tragic of circumstance is marshaled in the attempt to educate and fascinate.
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  • It was said in after times that she had been selected by the French court to fascinate the king of England, but for this there seems to be no evidence.
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  • Even the most tragic of circumstance is marshaled in the attempt to educate and fascinate.
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  • "I guess you can say I ceased to fascinate her one day," he said at last.
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  • Beneath her feet, the carpet was plush enough to fascinate her as she took a step.
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  • - Between 1742 and 1749, that is to say, at the very climax of the personal activity of Holberg, several poets were born, who were destined to enrich the language with its first group of lyrical blossoms. Of these the two eldest, Wessel and Ewald, were men of extraordinary genius, and destined to fascinate the attention of posterity, not only by the brilliance of their productions, but by the suffering and brevity of their lives.
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  • delusions of the mind, Adamski continued to fascinate people in high places.
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