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1captación de la atención femeninobefore noun attention-seeking behavior — comportamiento que busca captar la atención masculino
- You have this attention-seeking heiress without the sense God gave rabbits, desperately looking to become famous.
- I look forward to your next attention seeking move.
- In a nutshell, ten attention-seeking nobodies spend what seems like six months in a house, with one being voted out each week.
- There are high-performance sports cars that can be driven around town without feeling like you are an attention-seeking pillock.
- At her Old Bailey trial, Andrews was presented in evidence as "attention-seeking and manipulative in her relationships," he said.
- Putting your company's name in lowercase is an even more pathetic attention-seeking device.
- The very delicacy of their situation is what provokes the attention-seeking behaviour.
- Knowing that these thoughts are there is an important first stage in overcoming attention-seeking behaviour.
- Director Kramer avoids any attention-seeking camera work, with only one particular sequence standing out.
- Admittedly, there wasn't the dead weight of the attention-seeking kid to exacerbate matters.
- This can be difficult to manage - there may be attention seeking behaviour.
- I think the main motive for the opposition is just the usual Leftist attention-seeking, however.
- There will be few flashy signs or attention-seeking gestures.
- A collection of attention seeking performers gathers in Edinburgh to strut their stuff at the Fringe Festival.
- However, I should not pay much attention to either the attention seeking people on there or the comments posted on the thread all about me.
- That's what these people are doing - they're pounding the table in desperate attention-seeking attempts to feel superior.
- Thus a great hue and cry was launched in the Pagan public by attention-seeking hack writers over a bit of bibliographic honesty.
- This seems like an unnecessary attention-seeking tactic, making sure we notice a particularly sleazy line.
- Barely turned three, she seemed more akin to her craven, attention-seeking mother than to her newborn brother.
- No wonder we have grown impatient at the attention-seeking antics of the privileged.
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