Intice


Related to Intice: mouch, practical application, perseverance

In`tice´


v. t.1.See Entice.
References in classic literature ?
We now went directly to the gaming-table, where Mr Watson, to my surprize, pulled out a large sum of money and placed it before him, as did many others; all of them, no doubt, considering their own heaps as so many decoy birds, which were to intice and draw over the heaps of their neighbours.
May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, a new partnership was announced between intice, a leader in website conversion technology for the automotive industry and Dealers United, a 6000+ member organization and marketplace for independent and franchise car dealerships.
In regards to this new partnership, intice CEO David Farmer stated, "Dealers United selects the top products for the automotive industry, and their goal is nothing less than providing their dealer members with tangible and proven ways to sell more cars.
com)-- People love offers, and with intice, dealerships now have options.
The intice conversion system is not a pop-up or a pop-behind window, it is an integrated offer technology.
Hence Fortunatus deliberates at length on each of Fortune's gifts; Andelosia, having lost his purse and hat to Agripyna and acquired horns, laments his soul's deformity; Longavile and Montrosse suffer the torments of conscience; and moral setztentiae caution against the folly of seeking gold ("0 what treacherie / Cannot this Serpent gold intice us to?
And it was that grounding that encouraged Molde to intice him and his family home, though the door could be open for a United return.
Also, Svyazinvest needs the votes of minorities in IRs to proceed with restructuring, so it would unlikely indicate a high buyout price as it could intice IRs' minorities to vote against reorganization.
It's one thing to make a bag and print attractive graphics that will intice consumers to buy the contents.
In a strategic relationship with NADAguides, intice has been licenced to create the next generation in trade evaluation tools for the automotive industry.
Last year the contestants were good, but this year they were even better," said Cyrus Eaton, director of InTICE.
This year's NANO Week is highlighting the applications and products that are being developed with nanotechnology, and we are glad to help stimulate the next generation of products through this competition," said Cyrus Taylor, professor of physics at Case Western Reserve University and co-director of InTICE.