special attraction

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I believe this to be the case almost throughout the country, but each has a special attraction, and none can be richer than the one I am speaking of and going to introduce you to very particularly, for on this subject I must be prosy; so those that don't care for England in detail may skip the chapter.
Politely declaring that he was always an early man when the morning presented any special attraction to him, he accepted the appointment for seven o'clock, and rose soon afterward to take his leave.
The special attraction of these dog races were the participation by different varieties of dogs, especially brought here by the non-resident Indians from abroad.
Brigitta Blaha said Karachi is a city with immense opportunities that holds special attraction for the investors from across the globe.
As a special attraction, visitors also received opportunity to take pictures of themselves with famous Indian monuments such as Taj Mahal and Qutub Minar as well as the wildlife and natural landscapes of India.
As a special attraction, visitors also received an opportunity to take pictures of themselves with monuments such as Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar etc as well as wildlife and natural landscapes.
Special attraction during the service was the arrival of Santa Claus who distributed sweets, chocolates and gifts to children.
There are vast opportunities of religious tourism, and presence of historical monuments is special attraction for common tourists.
Palmer is a terrifically entertaining read that will have a special attraction for young boys ages 9 to 12.

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