use preoccupation in a sentence.
The NYT Preoccupations column isn't about technology.
The sign of the amateur is overglorification of and preoccupation with the mystery....
It's certainly pragmatic, but most people find it a rather morbid preoccupation for someone young and healthy.
I think Couch simply started moving in the wrong technical direction at some point - mostly because of an unhealthy preoccupation with running on cell phones.
Has any (mainstream) sci-fi besides Wall-E shown a future where laziness and preoccupation with the mundane is the norm?
If you are going to incur expenses and your potential customers will not be available due to preoccupation, then you should wait until you have the full attention of your customer.
Sayed Kotb also commented on it after his visit to the United States in the 1940s, considering it a vulgar preoccupation.
I don't get this preoccupation with making sure addresses look valid.
Three things, which is the same thing, behind twitters success: Constant Updates of your so called "friends", our preoccupation with - what other people are saying, and getting news that relate to us - who is following me now?
This preoccupation with "flow" is getting to be a bit much, I think.
I have to ask, what is the preoccupation with FOSS GPU drivers?
According to Wikipedia, it seems to be a perfect storm of incompetence, weather and (understandable) preoccupation with WW II.
The preoccupation with ownership is a bit awkward for me as European.
Compared to things like that, our preoccupations seem so trivial, and I don't know what we can do about it.