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obsess

(əb-sĕs′, ŏb-)
v. ob·sessed, ob·sessing, ob·sesses
v.tr.
To preoccupy the mind of (someone) excessively.

ob·ses′sor n.
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Former Solicitor General Florin Hilbay said that they are obsessed, not with the idea of debating their rivals from Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP), but with the supposed responsibility of informing people about important issues.
Throughout the week employees from all of the Jazz's regional and head office posted their testimonials about being customer obsessed - what it means to them and how it influences their line of work
When you have the hunger instinct you become obsessed. The idea of catching your prey preoccupies your mind, even to a troubling extent.
"He was also obsessed with Israel," added the father, before making some bizarre claims of his own against Israel.
Just like the previous defenders of military tutelage, there are people today defending one-man rule and blaming the people who criticize the president for violating the Constitution every single day for "being obsessed with Erdoy-an." That is to say, there is no problem with Erdoy-an's place within the parliamentary regime but those who criticize him for using powers that he actually doesn't have are "obsessed with Erdoy-an."
SLIGHTLY obsessed with Eddie Izzard's rticle when I was in my early 20s.
Anything I have ever obsessed about has always, always been with great depth.
Matthew Schulman next month, and would cost the obsessed model approximately 30,000 dollars.
After his ninja phase Bradley, now 38, became obsessed with soldiers and wanted to enroll in a military academy.
Alan Edwards, 75, who served in the army for 20 years, was said to be obsessed with sex in his younger years.
But isn't that what you'd expect from ice cream purveyors who are so obsessed about nutrition and health?