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(1) She's such a perfectionist that she notices even the tiniest mistakes.
(2) She's a perfectionist to her fingertips.
(3) Anorexics tend to be obsessional and perfectionist.
(4) He was a perfectionist who didn't suffer fools gladly.
(5) Virginia was a perfectionist. She was just not prepared to settle for anything mediocre.
(6) He's a perfectionist - everything has to be just so.
(7) He was a perfectionist in his art and could be difficult to work for.
(8) The innkeeper is a perfectionist.
(9) The perfectionist, as we saw[sentencedict.com], tries to do things perfectly because of his or her compulsive desire to avoid showing anger.
(10) At the same time, she remained a perfectionist, equally determined to present a flawless facade.
(11) Agnes Miller, the Housekeeper, is a perfectionist, and the linen, furnishings and carpets are always immaculately clean.
(12) Perfectionist and obsessional thoughts can also increase stress and cause loss of confidence.
(13) The perfectionist is an anxious person, always afraid of what may go wrong.
(14) An ambitious perfectionist, he practiced each new spectacle until he could perform it with his eyes closed.
(15) Fernand Braudel the perfectionist was still working on the book when he died.
(16) She was something of a perfectionist in her work and realised that she liked to work with minimum supervision.
(17) Such were Victor Frankenstein's perfectionist obsessions in relation to human anatomy, when he began his investigations into the nature of life.
(18) Mart Kenney was a perfectionist, and his high standards were an example to everyone else.
(19) Hoffman is known to be a perfectionist who is often hard on directors.
(20) Mart Kenney was a perfectionist, and his high standards set an example for scores of dance bands across the country.
(21) Be very smart and a perfectionist.
(22) He was a shy, nervous perfectionist.
(23) I have to admit it: I a perfectionist.
(24) I a perfectionist, that can not be wrong.
(25) In emotional terms, is a perfectionist.
(26) Fussy, a worrier, overcritical, harsh, perfectionist and conservative.
(27) Get rid of your perfectionist streak.
(28) To reach that level of playing you have to be an absolute perfectionist.
(29) She worked carefully on her drawing, with all the attention to detail of the perfectionist.
(30) In other words, one alternative to anti-perfectionism is restrictions on the choice of means through which perfectionist ideals are pursued.
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