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choice

A popular term referring to the freedom to choose, a process that assesses alternative sources of information and options.
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The decks are drawing-rooms; the cabins are boudoirs, choicely furnished and adorned with prints, pictures, and musical instruments; every nook and corner in the vessel is a perfect curiosity of graceful comfort and beautiful contrivance.
The solitary rider went glancing on among the trees, from sunlight into shade and back again, at the same even pace--looking about him, certainly, from time to time, but with no greater thought of the day or the scene through which he moved, than that he was fortunate (being choicely dressed) to have such favourable weather.
This is a truly fascinating Classic, one which appears much more competitive than the odds suggest, as 11 choicely bred fillies attempt to follow in the footsteps of last year's brilliant winner Taghrooda, who went on to deliver one of the best performances seen on any racecourse in 2014 when beating the colts and her elders in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
The three-year-old Shamardal colt, unraced at two, is very choicely bred as he is out of Cape Verdi, who won the 1000 Guineas for Godolphin.
Sir Henry Cecil's choicely bred three-year-old has scope for further improvement off her relatively low mark.