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The show attracts viewers from all walks of life.
They hope to attract more foreign investors.
Tourists are attracted by its endless sandy beaches and perfect weather.
What first attracted you to the study of Buddhism?
Their behaviour has attracted considerable public criticism.
Their attempts to attract the support of peasants and workers failed.
They tried to leave the hotel without attracting anyone’s attention.
She’s never had any trouble attracting men.
She’s old enough now to be attracted to boys.
Insects are often attracted by scents that aren’t obvious to us.
the electromagnetic force that makes magnets attract pins