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Though we may be tempted to blame God or even Satan for our problems, our real danger lies within.
This should just be seen as the start of a range of ideas across the town to tempt people back into the centre.
But although Hodgson cannot match that pay packet, he hopes Figo will be tempted by the chance to play Premier League football, albeit in Fulham's relegation battle.
And, despite making a personal call to Nedved, Abramovich's cash also failed to tempt the Czech star to swap Turin for the English capital.
Inter are prepared to make a down payment of pounds 8million and offer Argentine striker Hernan Crespo to tempt United into a deal.
The draw at 9/4 with Premier Bet could tempt a few as well.
But last week, Indy star Harrison Ford, 67, said he would return as the action hero if the storyline was promising - and his involvement could tempt Connery back.
AN ``air cannon'' that targets the nose with enticing smells could be used to tempt customers in department stores and shopping centres.
HONDA IS hoping to tempt trendy young things to buy its recently launched Jazz supermini with a range of funky new colours.
BRADFORD are trying to tempt Noel Whelan (right) back to Yorkshire in a record pounds 2m deal.
But last week, Indy star Harrison Ford, 67, said he would return if the storyline was promising - and his involvement could tempt Connery back.
He used almonds - a favourite of the rodent - to tempt her into cosying up with action figures of Chewie and company.
And he could be set for another switch if Steve Bruce is successful in a bid to tempt the Ewood Park man to Birmingham.
Best fish was a 6lb 8oz rainbow caught by Ted Robinson of Balsall Common who was boat fishing on the Great Pool and used a Suspender Buzzer to tempt it.
Krylya are prepared to tempt Celtic next month with an offer of pounds 2.5m for Jarosik's services next month.