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  • Interest in what people around you are doing is the most compelling interest in the world. Cited from Riviera Towns, by Herbert Adams Gibbons
  • But this is the most compelling piece of evidence that we have found so far.
  • His articles on music rank among the most compelling in that area.
  • Many of his most compelling works date from this period.
  • Lewis's novel is widely regarded as one of his most compelling works of fiction.
  • Probably the most compelling example of this is the service-profit chain.
  • You don't have to give up Christian faith in order to accept the best, most compelling science.
  • The most compelling evidence that the name is most probably of ancient Celtic origin.
  • At the time, they were noted as being "among industrial music's most compelling bands."
  • Perhaps one of the most compelling features is the building's statuary over the main entrance.
  • The news also included a weather segment, traditionally not the most compelling television.
  • One of the most compelling pieces of evidence comes from a recent study of baryons.
  • The Age described how "the most compelling stories come from the clients themselves."
  • Again the principal launched his most compelling look. Cited from The High School Pitcher, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Does this make for the most compelling story?
  • As a result, organizations should limit configuration to all but the most compelling cases.
  • One of the composer's most compelling works, it alternates between two musical ideas.
  • The album featured some of Lane's most compelling writing but also failed to reach the band's former commercial success.
  • There are several arguments to do this, but one of the most compelling is because one does not know the value of their life.
  • It was at night, however, that my dreams were most compelling. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
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