Her bid for the heart of him and the soul of him was finer and more generous than the bid of the Game; yet he dallied with both--held her in his arms, but turned his head to listen to that other and siren call
she could not understand.
Facebook's proposed Libra currency could undermine the European Central Bank's ability to set monetary policy and Europe should ignore its siren call
of "treacherous promises" ECB board member Yves Mersch said on Monday.
We counter thereby Amazon's siren call
and defend the continued existence of real bookshops."
But this recipe has the elegant form and siren call
of the classic dessert, so it absolutely lives up to its name in spirit.
They know that voters are weary after eight years of cuts, that the siren call
from last week's Labour conference is chiming with communities the length of Britain.
In a joint personal statement issued through a family Foyles' new chapter WATERSTONES has acquired independent book business Foyles as it promises to help the chain fight back against "Amazon's siren call
As early as 1977, kids throughout East Germany heard the siren call
of the Sex Pistols by tuning into banned West German radio stations.
The pedestrian script sees Churchill persuading the War Cabinet to save the British army at Dunkirk, while being steadfast in refusing Viscount Halifax's siren call
of a peace treaty with Hitler.
Though societies have, decade after decade, been made aware of the dangers of diabetes, the siren call
of a consumptive lifestyle has all but drowned out those cautionary voices.
If people are unemployed, they will be enticed to engage in drug business as pushers or users because the siren call
of profits from the illegal drug trade is alluring.
For dedicated musicians at the exhibition, the siren call
was towards the Marshall lineup of speakers at Sharaf DG.
The boys are unable to resist the island's siren call
to go exploring.