irresistible compulsion

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I get an irresistible compulsion to moan, complain and shout at the telly - especially when faced with images of neds, size zero models and anything to do with John Prescott.
In other films such as Doppelganger (2003) and Charisma (1999), Kurosawa addresses in different ways an irresistible compulsion for ordinary people to transform themselves into more violent, ruthless, and determined beings.
With the occasional succinct commentary giving back ground information to a particular strip, "Wetter, Louder, Stickier" is a "must read" for the legions of Baby Blues fans--but if this is your first introduction, be warned--"Wetter, Louder, Stickier" will lead to an irresistible compulsion to acquire and enjoy all thirty of the previous collections
Not in the sense of feeling an irresistible compulsion to run around Goodison Park hurling Everton Mints at anyone in the vicinity.
Overjoyed, I had an irresistible compulsion to call the Scotland Today news team to announce the thrilling news: Brad is toilet-trained.
The irresistible compulsion of price could begin to move in our favour.
Kolego said he did not believe Friar's crimes were predatory, but rather that they arose from an irresistible compulsion he acted upon once he had the opportunity.
Lall's irresistible compulsion to articulate, and the resulting process of narration, bring some clarity to him, but even more--and differently--to the reader.