fetich


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a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers

excessive or irrational devotion to some activity

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While you diligently pursued that favorite phantom of yours, called profits, and moralized about that favorite fetich of yours, called competition, even greater and more direful things have been accomplished by combination.
Amat Escalante nunca se ha permitido fetich izar el acto sexual como lo explota Hollywood, pero aqui si que fetichiza la fuente del deseo.
The changing cultural environment provided fertile ground for John Dewey, an atheist who launched the so-called "Progressive Education" movement with the publication of his The Primary Education Fetich in 1898.