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In doing this, we can potentially save millions of dollars being spent on obsessive cleaning practices.
WHY ARE WE STILL DISINFECTING SURFACES TO STOP COVID-19?BY HASSAN VALLY/THE CONVERSATIONFEBRUARY 24, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
The 60-year-old Apple CEO is both a nature nerd and a fitness obsessive.
TIM COOK PIVOTS TO FITNESSMICHAEL ROBERTSFEBRUARY 10, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
I’d say that the common theme among the founders that I support are that they have this sort of obsessive gene or personality, where they will go deeper and deeper and deeper.
Throughout his literary activity it has an obsessive hold on his mind.
Now, however, actual and obsessive dread showed plainly on his face and in his movements.
IN OLD KENTUCKYEDWARD MARSHALL AND CHARLES T. DAZEY
It did not wear away, as he had supposed it would, but was becoming an obsessive factor in his thoughts.
THE ALASKANJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
The most common of these obsessive acts is washing with water (washing obsession).
TOTEM AND TABOOSIGMUND FREUD
There is a great deal of difference between the interest shown by normal people and the obsessive interest of scientists.
DAVID AND THE PHOENIXEDWARD ORMONDROYD
In fact, a remembered dream is as important as an obsessive idea and has the same meaning.
PSYCHOANALYSISANDR TRIDON
The sight of the execution made those ideas more concrete and more obsessive.
PSYCHOANALYSISANDR TRIDON

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