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Extremely interesting,
  1. Extremely interesting
    • - fascinating facts

  1. absorbing: capable of arousing and holding the attention; "a fascinating story"
  2. bewitching: capturing interest as if by a spell; "bewitching smile"; "Roosevelt was a captivating speaker"; "enchanting music"; "an enthralling book"; "antique papers of entrancing design"; "a fascinating woman"
  3. (fascinatingly) in a fascinating manner; "her face became fascinatingly distorted"
  4. (fascinate) intrigue: cause to be interested or curious
  5. (fascinate) to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe; "The snake charmer fascinates the cobra"
  6. (fascinate) capture: attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
  7. (fascinated) having your attention fixated as though by a spell
  8. ((Keep Feeling) Fascination) "(Keep Feeling) Fascination" is a dance song performed by British synthpop group The Human League. It was composed by Jo Callis and Philip Oakey.
  9. "Fascinated" is the title of a hit song by the dance-pop / Hi-NRG / freestyle musical girl group Company B. It was the first single released off their self-titled album in early 1987. It was written and produced by Ish Ledesma and released by Atlantic Records.
  10. (Fascination (1932 song)) "Fascination" is a popular waltz song with music (1904) by F.D. Marchetti and lyrics (1905) by Maurice de Féraudy (English lyrics by Dick Manning). Published in 1932, it was popularized in the 1957 movie, Love in the Afternoon.
  11. (Fascination (1979 film)) Fascination is a 1979 film directed by Jean Rollin, who is famous for his vampire films and films of a dream-like quality.
  12. (Fascination (2007 song)) Alphabeat are a Danish pop band from Silkeborg, fronted by singers Stine Bramsen and Anders SG and signed to Polydor Records. Their single "Fascination" was a major hit in Denmark during the summer of 2007 and a significant hit in the United Kingdom in 2008. ...
  13. (Fascination (Alphabeat song)) "Fascination" was the first single released in the UK by Danish pop group Alphabeat, from their debut album, This Is Alphabeat. It was released on June 6, 2006.
  14. (Fascination (Cirque du Soleil)) Cirque du Soleil ("Circus of the Sun"), is a Canadian entertainment company, self-described as a "dramatic mix of circus arts and street entertainment. ...
  15. (Fascination (comics)) The Special Executive are a fictional group of time-travelling mercenaries, appearing in Marvel Comics. They come from various other dimensional worlds. The Special Executive appeared in the pages of Doctor Who Monthly and Captain Britain. They have close ties to the Technet.
  16. (Fascination (David Bowie song)) "Fascination" is a song written by British singer-songwriter David Bowie and American musician Luther Vandross for Bowie's Young Americans album in 1975. ...
  17. Having interesting qualities; captivating; attractive
  18. (fascinate) To make someone hold motionless; to spellbind; To be irresistibly charming or attractive to
  19. (fascination) The act of fascinating, bewitching, or enchanting; enchantment; witchcraft; the exercise of a powerful or irresistible influence on the affections or passions; unseen, inexplicable influence; The state or condition of being fascinated; That which fascinates; a charm; a spell
  20. (Fascinate) Ends circulate 1-1/2, centers any hand 3/4 thru, end couples of the 6 person setup concentric wheel and deal, lonesome dancers counter rotate 1/4.
  21. (fascinate) The act of casting a spell or throwing the evil eye on a person.
  22. (fascinated) (adj.) - intensely interested in or attracted by "The girls were fascinated by the attractive boy walking down the hallway."
  23. (fascinated) amazed and intrigued
  24. (fascination (mind-bending)) It is the mental effort to control an animal or another person's mind.
  25. (Fascination) Bewitching, exercising a charm or spell over another person or an animal, consciously or unconsciously, either for good or ill, but more often the word has an evil implication. ...