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  • n. Plural form of choice.


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  • Her interpretation of his word choices began with him pulling the switch.

    Knowing Jesse

  • As a result, their sentences may become, in one description, “elaborate, stilted, pedantic, or Germanic” with the word choices forming “a pattern of dependent probability” like the random variables in a statistical chain.

    Knotted Tongues

  • I use the term choices loosely because I think that society convinces us that we have more choices than we really do.

    Rachel's Tavern

  • Clothes torn and teeth gnashed, I'd sit down again, re-examine my word choices, reshuffle note cards, and, late in the night, send another poor piece of copy out to meet its inevitable demise.

    Seeing Red: To Write Is to Edit

  • Law school was making her a little crazy about her word choices, even in her head.

    X, Vignette 1: Joy Finkelstein

  • And the fact that their stories centered upon them making other choices is a perversion of what would have been more rational actions?

    Juno’s Choice | Her Bad Mother

  • I think one thing that's important to consider in addition to her word choices is her body language and tone of voice as she speaks.

    What Sarah Palin Is Saying - Anil Dash

  • Since the residents of Los Angeles are too stupid to order anything healthy from a menu and refuse to cook anything nutritious at home, I find that limiting their choices is a very good idea.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Your title choices were fairly sound, but in a lot of the big stores they'll special order titles due to the reasons above.

    Manga Before Flowers – “Manga for Adults” (Part Two) | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • I'm loving your label choices and I'm going with it too.

    Chickens Are, As We Speak, Rescuing

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