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high-maintenance

Someone who is or is perceived to be especially demanding, particular, or fussy. Oh no, I'm not as high-maintenance as my sisters—I only spend like five minutes getting ready in the morning. I have to go all the way back to the café to get Lou another coffee because that one wasn't up to his exacting standards. Ugh, how high-maintenance can you be?

high-maintenance

mod. [of a person] requiring much care and coddling. He’s sort of a high-maintenance guy. He requires lots of reassurance.
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An official said that Rs 5,861.999 million were spent on rehabilitation, Rs 36,630.58 million on periodic maintenance and Rs 17,075.126 million on routine maintenance.
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Although literature review revealed many themes related to maintenance, J.M Simoes (Simoes, Gomes, & Yasin, 2011) notes that the area of maintenance performance and management is in need of more future systematic research efforts, also Smith (Smith, 2002) specifies that literature lacks a clear definition of maintenance practices and then, readers are generally confused about the distinction between maintenance practices, actions and tasks.
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