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Dai Davies, former head of royal protection for the Metropolitan Police, said: "In about 70 per cent of cases where there have been attacks, the fixated person has indicated before the incident they are going to do something.
The 'Baby' hitmaker, who has a decent handicap of eight, got fixated on the player after twiddling on his PGA Tour game into the early hours.
SENT TO PRISON: The judge said Keeley Harvey-Mason was fixated by her own problems
Cameron, on the other hand, is fixated on getting a breast augmentation, convinced that this is the next step to making her feel better about herself.
Notice that as a subset to this argument, most Washington politicians are fixated on the need for Congress to "fix" the alternative minimum tax problem within the tax code.
Our national indigenous communities coast to coast have been fixated on the anger and despair over the residential schools, with low self-esteem and confidence.
After a solo, impressive Karen More took over as leader; physically supple and fixated on keeping everyone on a communal path, she passed on her moves like a gift or dictum.
1 ITV commentator Jon Champion became extraordinarily fixated with bearded Mexican manager Ricardo La Volge.
Sample worksheets, checklists, and self-test quizzes designed to wean the reader from feeling sorry for oneself and get fixated on the future enhance the simplistic yet forceful text.
Bush was so fixated on the devastation and suffering in the region that he failed to sense a conservative backlash.
Schor's scholarly study of 300 children found that rather than feeling powerful, children fixated on shopping are more likely than others to feel anxious or depressed.
While the public was fixated on this partisan bickering, the administration and its allies laid down a critical ideological marker.
Epstein claims the fight against cancer is fixated on lifestyle factors like smoking, obesity, physical activity, and nutrition.
Berman regales his fixated readers with historical versions of major volcanos that have erupted throughout history to set a menacing and terrifying tone to an already viscerally anguished situation, which ratchets up when a leak is discovered in a nearby nuclear plant that is no doubt creating the radioactive lava:
95) receives Franette Liebow's smooth and steady reading, bringing to life the story of Blair Mallory, the owner of a thriving fitness center who has to handle a fixated customer who imitates her style and dress--and who is murdered.