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- noun (psychology) an urge to accept or approach a situation or an object
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The preaching half the time is what is considered is sufficint for half the labour and thought — espicially the kind of adience I have to deal with being considered.
Elisha Mitchell's Private Notebook, 1818-1847 [Containing Miscellaneous Comments on Mathematics, Musicology, Electricity, Natural Sciences, and History and Personal Accounts and Notes on Readings and Letters Received]
In addition to the -ahem- well known adience for this thing, eastern Euro young guys like it too.
Alex has a large adience and reaches out to many people.
The cast of the show had chemistry which also grew with the development of the show and worked well with joss these actors are not to old to appeal to a new younger adience.
full of More propaganda charactor attacks good Its well deserved you get it shown too you what you look like for those type of Childish Political GaMES. fox YOU WONDER WHY YOU ARE hATED by over 60% of your adience its because you Hire Hypocrate and EX Nazi war criminal, and there chideren Research Family trees on staffers its kinda a hoppy . lets me know who to Look out for.