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  • 'Infatuated' South Korean businessman facing five years in jail and deportation for obsession with barmaid

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  • Mail Online UK 'Infatuated' businessman facing five years in jail and deportation for obsession with barmaid - 21 hrs ago

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  • Infatuated about that wonderful matchup and other classic confrontations throughout the years, how I wished I could be in a ballpark, any ballpark, for a gut-wrenching nail-biter that could be talked about with my grandchildren years from now.

    One Season

  • Infatuated teens wailed as if it was the first pop concert they'd ever seen -- and for many, that certainly appeared to be the case.

    With a smirk or a scowl, Drake ignites admirers

  • Infatuated with the cuisine, he decided to stay and built himself a grand Italianate villa with a sumptuous garden.

    Cannes's Gastronomic Glitz

  • Infatuated with it, people have gradually gone astray.

    Those “self-executing rules”

  • Infatuated with the individual, the paying student and themselves, and fundraising.

    July 2008

  • Infatuated Western investors then threw billions more into the pot.

    Into The Deep

  • Infatuated by the fatal passion which misled me, I found a charm in the persuasive and too powerful eloquence of my destroyer, to think of all the attendant evils which accompany disobedience.

    The Curate and His Daughter, a Cornish Tale

  • Louis the Infatuated — are all terms too slight to mark the extremity of my idiocy!

    Quentin Durward

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