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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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There is no upfront cost to join the Smart Choice network and no monthly marketing fees.
Free Stay.' promotion, Choice Privileges members must register for the promotion before check-out and book their travel on ChoiceHotels.com, the Choice Hotels mobile app, or by calling 800.4CHOICE.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, celery sticks, cherry tomatoes, blueberries, milk choice
A full list of the winner of Teen Choice Awards winners are as follows:
The customer-facing employees of Choice are expected to stay on in the same capacity.
Peter Hui, Founding Chairman of First Choice Bank, said, "I have lost a close friend and valuable business associate, Uka Solanki.
Love was in the air as Efron gushed over his acceptance speech while winning three awards on the night, including Choice Drama Movie Actor, Choice Movie Ship (with Zendaya) and Choice Collaboration ( Rewrite the Stars ).
What is important to the purveyors of this new slant on feminism is the desire to reduce its interest in women liberation to the celebration of choice as is evident in the debate in the mainstream and social media recently on account of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's question to Hillary Clinton about the prominence of her status as a wife in her Twitter bio at the recent PEN World Voices Festival in Manhattan.
In South Tyneside 94% received first choice admissions, in North Tyneside the figure was just over 93%, in Gateshead it was 92.7%, in Sunderland it was 95% and Northumberland's figure was 97.3%.
Judging by the research literature on choice in the classroom, it's not unusual to see the very different outcomes experienced by Ms.
"Trusted Choice[R] is excited to announce that Kevin Brandt will succeed Dave Evans as executive director," says Bob Rusbuldt, Trusted Choice" president.