“Marketers say that's forcing them to be choosier about where to invest their ad budgets.”
“Demand is rising the euthanasia rate in city shelters has fallen to less than 20% from 85% in the 1970s and rescue workers have gotten choosier about who gets a pet.”
“Sexual selection theory argues that females invest more heavily in reproduction than males and thus tend to be choosier in terms of matechoice.”
“Expanding subsidy options in Europe has made companies much choosier beggars, but it hasn't yielded the efficiency breakthroughs that would let this technology stand on its own.”
“The increased interest in the armed forces means recruiters can be choosier about whom they let into the military.”
“As the demand for young officers decreases, the military will be able to be choosier about whom it promotes and give greater weight to opinions of peers and lower-ranking officers in choosing the next generation of Army leaders.”
“The recent pullback in the Asian wine market shows how even there new collectors can become choosier.”
“Chains with more marketing clout, economies of scale and smarter ways of responding to rising costs are edging out smaller chains or those that fail to attract choosier customers.”
“Ticket buyers are also choosier now and virtually no arts organization can count on selling out routinely.”
“They just aren't as loud about it as guys, and they're choosier about their likes and dislikes.”
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