ENTICE


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ENTICEEnvironment & Nature Training Institute for Conservation Education (Illinois Department of Natural Resources)
ENTICEEmergent Networks Telecommunications Infrastructure Control Environment
EnTICEEnabling Teamwork, Interprofessional Collaboration and Education (Ontario, Canada)
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I had observed yesterday, that he tried to entice Mr.
Nor did he say to himself: "Pierre is a rich man, I must entice him to marry my daughter and lend me the forty thousand rubles I need.
Against this possibility I urged him to hasten the building of a fleet of small sailing-vessels, which we might utilize should I find it impossible to entice Hooja's horde to the mainland.
No wild animal is particularly fond of the fumes of tobacco so it certainly won't entice them any closer.
He kills wantonly, and, worse than that, he utilizes a noble sentiment, the brotherhood of man, as a lure to entice his unwary victim to his doom.
This was too patently a scheme of Harper's and Joe Ladue's, trying to entice prospecting in the vicinity of their town site and trading post.
Entice the tyrant back with fair promises, kill him and enthrone.
Alec explained in a few words, which he made as brief and calm as he could; but the effect was exciting, nevertheless, for each of the lads began at once to bribe, entice, and wheedle "our cousin" to choose his home.
Then he had but to bring out the old romance book from the priory, with befingered cover of sheepskin and gold letters upon a purple ground, to entice her wayward mind back to the paths of learning.
He had placed the light directly behind him, for he knew that the shadow would always have its master for a screen, but he could not entice it.
Whenever I meet you on honest ground or under a Christian roof, I shall be glad to see you; but never more shall you entice me to that devil's den
The sisters were alike as little girls, but at the time of the Wilcox episode their methods were beginning to diverge; the younger was rather apt to entice people, and, in enticing them, to be herself enticed; the elder went straight ahead, and accepted an occasional failure as part of the game.