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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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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
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