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Bennett had challenged his players since the loss Friday to San Francisco to be far more attentive defensively.
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You could believe that you’re an extremely attentive and responsible driver, like I did, but still succumb to distraction.
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It is known for its spacious patio, attentive staff, and friendly crowds.
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Since women were by and large given the role of nurturing mother, it was convenient to believe that they were by nature careful, attentive, and focused on the wellbeing of children.
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It takes an attentive community with time on its hands to follow the money and ensure it’s spent in the right places.
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Nothing is so prone to defeat its own end as the fixed, overstrained attentiveness of intense expectation.
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The attentiveness of the footman and even of the butler did not seem to her to be entirely confined to their wants.
BALLOONSELIZABETH BIBESCO
Certainly, privacy should be respected, and we should not force ourselves upon others, but attentiveness is not intrusiveness.
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But, through all his attentiveness to Savina, his crowding thoughts, he listened for the return of the car with the doctor.
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
The kindness and attentiveness of this man are simply wonderful.
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