entreating


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But his dirty ears are resistant to their tender entreating,
She read some of these texts and the message was entreating the victim to take pictures of himself and the defendant telling him he loved him."
Hoshino is known for entreating his students to "think with their hands" and capture the energy of a place through direct contact with it.
And like 'some late visitor entreating entrance at your chamber door,'six different malts and two different hop varieties create the darkness."
Boxing scribes have been entreating him to retire now before he ends up like Muhammad Ali and now we are trying to resurrect him to embellish Joe's record, which incidentally does need embellishing, when you hear one of the commentators openly admit that Hopkins is far and away the best fighter that Joe has met.
"If you are Vigorous in your entreating, and Medium-Lift Helicopters you still do not find, you are free to go.