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Not all of the Heat's remaining games against losing teams will necessary be with an opponent fixated on lottery combinations.
By trying to just kind of vaguely cover it up, Universal instead Shape Of Water-ed me into fixating on it, but now this 2018 animated reboot starring Benedict Cumberbatch might be here to save the day.
In the run-up to Italy's elections, much of the international media fixated on the storm clouds on the horizon.
But with markets fixated on the benchmark Treasury yield’s march toward 3 percent amid expectations over Fed tightening, the real yield premium makes emerging-market assets stand out, according to Mitsubishi UFJ Kokusai Asset Management Co.
There’s no question that fan interest a year ago was fixated far more on the prospect of Cousins being moved than on the game itself, especially after the Kings had publicly and privately insisted Cousins was going nowhere.
But people seemingly from time immemorial have been fixated on skin color as indicative of biological race, something that has been thoroughly undercut by recent genetic discoveries.
Gaetz began last night by fixating on the fact the FBI failed to save five months of texts between two FBI agents, which Republicans now see as the clearest evidence that the Justice Department's Russia probe is biased.
This stems partly from customers fixating on how many hours of free time a game will chew up.
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FIXATE Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of fixate
- an infant with normal vision…will fixate on a light held before him
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
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