your story intrigues me.
Nevertheless, your presence intrigues me.
Dress designing intrigues me more than teaching.
And it is ideas creation that intrigues Prof Duggan.
Form intrigues ( for ) in an underhand manner .
All his intrigues are doomed to failure.
He told about the intrigues of the Tsar's government .
What you say intrigues me ; tell me more.
A trip to Hawaii intrigues me very much.
All the schemes and intrigues are doomed to failure.
"Office intrigues are not what interest me,"she says.
He was made king as a result of various intrigues.
I imagine extraordinary intrigues and unheard of wines and passions.
Many Austria notables had yielded to his pressure and intrigues.
"I am profoundly ignorant of all these stock-jobbing intrigues."
The idea of attending to a neglected population intrigues and excites me.
They are in collusion with one another for schemes and intrigues.
All your clever calculations and intrigues brought nothing but your doom.
It always intrigues me how someone so intelligent could do such stupid things.
However he soon finds the intrigues within the court and fatuous emperor discouraging.
Those who go in for intrigues and conspiracy are doomed to failure.
Take a risk in your personal life and pursue something that intrigues you.
Punic faith ; the perfidious Judas ; the fiercest and most treacherous of foes ; treacherous intrigues
The things Chinese called politics are nothing but an art of intrigues and treacheries.
But what intrigues me about the theory is the insight that stupidity is essential.
For persistent domineering intrigues and the spirit of cabal creep beneath the cover.
I suspect such manipulations and intrigues rise in proportion to the size of the undertaking.
The craft showcases an unconventional design that intrigues viewers and displays the province's best
Maybe quitting the game, due to the time lost in talking through the alliances and intrigues?
I steer the conversation away from penguins and back to something in his book that intrigues me.
But it can definitely be stated that their political intrigues will meet with the same defeats as their
The complexity increases to such an extent that taxation becomes a specialized legal field with many intrigues
What intrigues me about this is how these students go about picking which state institutions they wish
For he did not have the qualities necessary for survival in the midst of a swamp of intrigues and struggles
of significance sometimes results in a dispiriting succession of military campaigns and diplomatic intrigues
The frozen moon intrigues scientists because it may have many of the chemical compounds that existed
We will not trouble ourselves here with the names and follies, the crimes and intrigues, of its tale
killed by a wild boar – an attack that may have been arranged to avenge another of Adonis'romantic intrigues
The Party was caught in a maze of schemes and intrigues both of enemies and of allies, but it lacked
International political community has traditionally been considered to be full of trickery and the intrigues
...a powerful story of intrigue, passion and betrayal.
...the plots and intrigues in the novel.
The novelty of the situation intrigued him.