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This is simply a riveting and unbelievable tale that very few people know–about a young man who was a hero long before becoming the iconic 35th President of the United States.
Ralph Waldo Emerson blasted our embrace of slavery, while his fellow clergyman Henry Ward Beecher saved the Union cause by traveling to Europe to deliver a series of riveting speeches that quelled the continent’s desire to recognize the Confederacy.
And Season 4 premieres Sunday with the most ridiculous and riveting storylines to date.
The two will be in the final pairing in what has the shape of a riveting final round.
The Bank’s underground vault, with its 3,000 stainless-steel safe-deposit boxes (the inspiration for the design of Fort Knox in Goldfinger) is destined to be one of London’s most riveting bars.
By avoiding the definitively supernatural (aside from the October catastrophe) while still maintaining a deep sense of the weird, The Leftovers was more than just a riveting example of contemporary surreality TV.
The Keepers, Netflix's latest true-crime documentary about the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik in Baltimore in 1969, is a riveting series about white people who segregate themselves into an all-white world full of guns, mass rape, and murder.
In riveting testimony last week, Comey detailed how prior to the firing, Trump invited and corralled him into a series of private meetings.
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Definition of riveting for English Language Learners
: very exciting or interesting
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