a crowd-puller

a crowd-puller

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something or someone that many people are keen to go and see This year's final will be a major crowd-puller -- Manchester United and Liverpool are two of the country's most popular teams and are also fierce rivals.
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Enjoying a huge following in the region, Nancy Ajram's appearance on stage at Modhesh World is expected to be a crowd-puller and is bound to offer a memorable musical evening to families visiting Modhesh World, especially since she will be singing her hits dedicated to children.
Barney Francis, head of Sky Sports, claimed the Premier League was much more of a crowd-puller than the Champions League.
The 64th IAA Cars, the world's most important trade fair for mobility, has already confirmed its reputation as a crowd-puller on its first public weekend.
the charity is going to all three party conferences and hope Grant's stardust will be a crowd-puller.
And while in the forestry section, watch out for Titan the Robot - always a crowd-puller.
Over 17,500 people flocked to the sell-out launch of Taste of Birmingham in 2006, and this year's event - backed by the Birmingham Post and Mail - promises to be even more of a crowd-puller, with an estimated 25,000 people expected.
However, rules should never stand in the way of common sense and when a human administrative error causes a horse like Baracouda to miss a Grade 1 race, then I feel there should be a safety net in place to ensure such a crowd-puller is accommodated.
Arthur, who won the European title from long-standing champion Boris Sinitsin last month, is on record as saying he doesn't think a showdown with Limond would be a crowd-puller.
A pair of nesting birds were such a crowd-puller they were commemorated.
The success of activity events such as the Mini Live Adventure at last month's show has, no doubt, convinced the organisers that similar live events will be a crowd-puller in the future.
The success of activity events such as the Mini Live Adventure at last month's show has convinced the organisers that similar live events will be a crowd-puller in the future.
Foot-and-mouth restrictions mean no livestock will be shown at the December 4 fair at the Builth Wells showground but the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society says its alternative programme, featuring among other things the introduction of horses, will still be a crowd-puller.
Having a premiere in Dubai might have helped initially, but then the end-product has to be good for it to be a crowd-puller.
Always a crowd-puller is the running of the champion Cob.
The Mixim is a crowd-puller for the forthcoming Frankfurt motor show and is reckoned to appeal to younger drivers.