The host of the ITV1 show said: "Some of them needed persuading
Hardman is accused of persuading
Ms C and another girl to pose together topless.
A few years ago Betfair decided that they could make massive profits by persuading
people to stay at home, sit on their sofas and bet on the internet, rather than going to the racecourse.
For Arafat was probably the only Palestinian of our time, given his historical and political stature, capable of persuading
the Palestinians, or most of them, to accept the concessions necessary to achieve a two-state solution.
Students understand the objective of persuading
their audience; however, they learn to negotiate their audience, to consider the social and cultural implications of their writing, even to the point that what they don't say is as important as what they do say.
Shepherd played a key role in persuading
a schoolboy Wilkinson to join Newcastle Falcons, despite admitting to knowing nothing about rugby union.
With the research, the organization persuaded the school system to repair school facilities and assisted the system in persuading
state decision makers to approve a new neighborhood school.
Could we make a small start by persuading
the highway authorities to include Liverpool on road signs in North Wales, and by persuading
Wirral and Liverpool councils to include Welsh on the list of languages with which they greet visitors?
However, we were unsuccessful in persuading
him to amend it further to match more closely the approach being considered by Congress, the SEC and the California Board of Accountancy.
TONIGHT'S programme examines the case of Eastbourne doctor John Bodkin Adams, who was accused of persuading
wealthy patients to include him in their wills, then murdering them.
Not every cultural attache knew a great deal about the arts--sad but true--but Mason was already a well-known writer on dance, and he enthusiastically took on the job of persuading
the American government to sponsor more and more dance in London and elsewhere.
30] Generally these evil orators, as Vickers observes, are no less skilled than their virtuous counterparts in persuading
weak or unvigilant monarchs, for they can imi tate other men's styles, improvise, act and pretend, and employ rhetorical structures with ease (1983b, 434).
Harry Barnes wants Premier Tony Blair to take the lead in persuading
western leaders to agree to a poverty levy.
For example, automobiles and highways helped create the American suburbs, but they were not invented with the intent of persuading
tens of millions of people to commute to work every day.
suspects to admit their involvement in crimes requires a variety of skills and techniques.