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The wedding invitations went out yesterday.
Nobody in the office had received an invitation to the party.
She has received an invitation to join a new environmental policy body.
The senator declined our invitation to comment on the allegations.
The former president has accepted a long-standing invitation to address the conference.
He described the low wages paid to police officers as almost an invitation to corruption.
The banks will take the minister’s comments as an open invitation to charge their customers higher rates.