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"A Lure" is a film, directed by Bill McAdams Jr..
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- genres: Mystery, Thriller, Psychological thriller, Crime Thriller
- released in (5 years ago)
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Being Discourses on Such Particulars of Natural History as Were Thought Most Proper to Excite the Curiosity and Form the Mines of Youth by Noël Antoine Pluche
A Lure is a Piece of red Stuff or Wood, on which are fixed a Bill, Talons, and Wings. To this is likewise fastened a Piece of that Flesh on which the Bird seeds ; and the Lure is thrown out to him, when they intend to reclaim or recall him.
Good Dog 101 (2011)
Easy Lessons to Train Your Dog the Happy, Healthy Way by Cristine Dahl
Because dogslearn visually much more readily than verbally, teaching acue using a lure is an infinitely faster teaching process than using traditional obedience means. NameRecognition Puppies are not.
Hiding in Oceans (2010)
by Deborah Underwood
The anglerfish's glowing spine is called a lure. Anglerfish live deep in the ocean. An anglerfish has a glowing spine on its head. Other animals swim toward the light. Then the anglerfish eats them! Glossary adaptation special feature that helps ...
The Preservation of Memory (2015)
by Davide Bruno
whereas a lure is a recombined pair in ...
How Many Dogs?! (2010)
Using Positive Reinforcement Training to Manage a Multiple Dog Household by Debby McMullen
Learn the difference between a lure and a bribe and a reward. For a more complete explanation on capturing, rewards and lures, see Proofing the Pups. A lure is a visible treat that ou use to ...
by Karen Overall
Using a lure refers to using a reward to increase the dog's or cat's attention and interest to shape the behavior to that desired. For example, to teach a cat or dog who does not know the word “sit” to sit, the treat is held in front of the nose and ...
Made in North America by Robert A. Slade
”, “A Lure For Fun and Fishing. ”, “Start The Season Right with SAM-Bo, Pass a Bass and Pickle the Walleyes.”.
A New English Dictionary ... The Fourth Edition, Carefully Revised ... By J. K. [i.e. John Kersey.] (1739)
by John Kersey
A Lure, a Musical Iryffru ment. Lute, a Hnd of compound . Cla made b Ch myi: l arise-veral (lies.
Containing a Brief and Clear Explication of Most Words in the English Language ...
A LURE, a device of leather to call b.tek a hawk, a decoy or allurement. To LURK, to lie hid. LU'SCIOUS, over-sweet, cloying, lascivious, obscene discourse. LU'SCIOUSNESS, over-lweet- ness. LU'SORY, jocular, sportive.
The Encyclopedia of Falconry (2000)
by Adrian Walker
A lure constructed in rough imitation of furred ground- quarry.
by William Berry
— Crest, a lure or, betw. two falcons' wings ppr. Fawkoner, [Bucks and Hants,] paly of six, ar. and az. on a bend gu, three trefoils, ...
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We spend more and more for our looks
Maybe, it is to lure the opposite.
If so, by marriage it should be over.
But we prolong it even after that.
Growing old and old, we spend more and more.
To lure is sex bound; no taboo can kill it.
21.04.2001, Pmdi (Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar)
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