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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enamor.

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  • It just goes to show the magic of Hitchcock enamors more and more geniuses of cinema even to this day.

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  • I am very lucky to have a great marriage to a brilliant and fabulous man, Gordon, and I have a precious family which amuses and enamors me.

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  • The Natural "asserts with great conviction that what enamors us so with great athletes is the heightened circumstances within which they strive to escape human constraints in pursuit of perfect moments of pure grace."

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  • What really enamors me to Time Machine, though, is its ability to fully restore a new hard drive or even a new Mac to my existing configuration.

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  • But what is it about whackos that just so enamors you?

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  • It's a series of Mexican stand-offs, "he writes, before going on to say that The Natural" asserts with great conviction that what enamors us so with great athletes is the heightened circumstances within which they strive to escape human constraints in pursuit of perfect moments of pure grace. "

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