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1. I've got a pathological fear of heights.
2. Anthony's a pathological liar.
3. The pathological features of Dieulafoy's vascular malformation are controversial.
4. The pathological changes of mucosal prolapse deserve particular mention.
5. The pursuit of goodness has become pathological, and there is absolutely nothing that should or can take its place.
6. These pathological findings are in agreement with clinical studies, the most convincing evidence coming from the prospective community study in Framingham.
7. What is pathological behaviour in a man is required of a woman.
8. The contribution, therefore, of the pathological colon to this increased whole body protein synthesis and breakdown was unknown.
9. No laboratory test or pathological finding can make an absolutely certain diagnosis of sarcoidosis.
10. Several divergent but characteristic pathological changes have been previously shown within the pouch mucosa.
11. Civilization itself, in fact, is a pathological surrogate for unconscious infantile disappointments.
12. Detailed pathological studies to detect subclinical renal disease have not been undertaken.
13. This has, in point of fact, always struck me as behaviour verging on the pathological.
14. Some say there is an on-line addiction that resembles pathological gambling more than it does alcoholism or drug abuse.
15. Myofibroblasts have been implicated in fibrous reactions in a wide range of pathological conditions, including fibrosing conditions of the large bowel.
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16. The social institutions of traditionalism, such as religion and ideology, can also be seen as deformed, pathological modes of communication.
17. The crude and splenetic expression and presentation of such views suggested irrational pathological prejudice rather than a coherent ideology.
18. It is characteristic of theoretical linguists that they select example sentences that computational linguists would categorise as pathological.
19. Nor are Wolfgang's imaginative adventures as king of his dream world, Kingdom of Back, in any way pathological.
20. Such papers are widely dispersed at present, in specialist clinical, radiological, pathological, and epidemiological journals.
21. Hughes advocated the use of low potencies prescribed on pathological grounds rather than on the patient's general symptom picture.
22. We can not bear emotion in public, and we look at grief as pathological or a sign of emotional instability.
23. To succeed in your mission, you must have single-minded devotion to your goal. Individuals like myself are often called "workaholics". I question this term because that implies a pathological condition or an illness. If I do what I desire more than anything else in the world and which makes me happy, such work can never be an aberration. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
24. In this study we could not show correlation between pathological scores or their distribution and any clinical parameter.
25. In her study of 496 heavy computer users, she said pathological gambling is the closest type of addiction.
26. It is that of the embodiment of evil, of pathological hatred and unreason.
27. Despite research contributions for many countries the normal and pathological motor function of the colon remains poorly understood.
28. Its sedative effects were valued, but sometimes progressed to pathological depression with suicidal tendencies, so its use was limited.
29. These perceptions emphasize the pathology of the victims themselves and the pathological influences found in certain areas.
30. Technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a pathological criminal. Albert Einstein
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