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use "tantalize" in a sentence

There is something to tantalize every palate: fresh, succulent seafood, American and Continental fare, exotic Asian and unusual Bahamian Cuisine, traditional Italian dishes and delectable desserts.

So much of our food culture now serves to tantalize us with hypothetical
relationship, or an abstract earnings potential based on some assumptions, which may not even refer to any tangible object of trade anymore at all.

Prior to the 1867 Reform Bill the working class did not possess the vote and therefore had little tangible political power.

Altogether there were five CBI inquiries into the murder case so far without any tangible results.

This is in contrast to a true sacrifice which the compensation is less tangible.

Sheridan: The captain wants tangible proof.

Statutes generally include conversion of tangible personal property, intangible personal property and choses in action.

The Sapporo City Archive Museum, The Edwin Dun Memorial Hall, and some old buildings in the Hokkaido University are also historically important in Sapporo, and each was listed in the Registered Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan.

In particular, Free Speech TV offers a variety of programming with direct and tangible community media possibilities.

We felt that we could not be justified in appealing to the public for contributions without first providing tangible proof of our own earnestness to make this big venture a success.

He says that Don Juan used them on him to demonstrate that experiences outside those known in day-to-day life are real and tangible.

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