demanding attention

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Both in manners of quality and quantity demanding attention from authorities.
MITHI -- Several persons with disabilities staged a protest rally demanding attention of the government towards their longstanding problems.
Tracy Romeo commented: "Have some compassion and sympathy for this family instead of demanding attention."
On a badly-surfaced British B-road, it feels constantly busy, reminding you to stay on top of your game, demanding attention like a spoilt kid.
Make sure your cat's basic physical needs are met before assuming that he's demanding attention. And resist the urge to shout at or punish him for excessive meowing.
It is important not only for the people involved and the driving laws in Utah, but also for all of us out in the everyday world with our phones, those tiny devices constantly demanding attention.
These six tracks provide a musical middle path, neither demanding attention nor losing focus; this is a peaceful 67-minute journey to relax the body and mind.
Unable to quickly apprise nurse of behaviors demanding attention (sleeplessness, restiveness)
First single Fever is one of the most upbeat on the album, demanding attention with beautiful guitars and gorgeous lyrics.
Her fields of interest are narrow and the ego overinflated to the extent she may consider herself important, by demanding attention and taking it as her right that others will adapt to her ways.
Demanding attention through performance as well as music, they currently perform their vigorous and intense brand of psychedelic rock to the backdrop of a colourful and vibrant 1965 Chinese propaganda film called The East Is Red.
BoI and other agencies are presently carrying out a mid-term assessment of the Cotton, Textile and Garment Scheme to assess the growth and to mark the areas demanding attention.