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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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I, for one, am tempted to unleash an earful with the choicest rude words.
Astarita presents a book by Antonio Latini (1642-96), an experienced cook, steward, and banquet manager in Naples, The Modern Steward, or the Art of Preparing Banquets Well, with the Choicest Rules of Stewardship, Taught and Applied to Benefit Professionals, and Other Scholars.
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The actor's choicest dishes find mention in the menu that has been assembled by Tabrez Sheikh, former chef of Radisson London.
Every gallery was filled with the choicest works of art the county could furnish, also the museum.
He is by no means a leader, and in fact the Bible explicitly states that he also brought the choicest of the firstlings of his flock (Gen.
One of the choicest specimens was a rare Henry III silver coin dated 1250.
Watch your angel-face sing and dance along the groovy and snazzy poems in this wonderful volume of the choicest traditional common nursery rhymes.
May the Lord lavish his choicest heavenly reward upon our new Vicar of Christ, Francis.
May the Lord lavish his choicest heavenly reward on our new Vicar of Christ Francis 1.
The Newmarket trainer has been sent three of his choicest homebred two-yearolds, including a colt from the first crop of the mighty Sea The Stars.