- From hand + pick. (Wiktionary)
“Yeah, the "flaw" was not letting outsiders like Pawlenty and Palin handpick the person they wanted versus letting the local GOP members vote on who best represents them and their views and will do the best job”
“The 31-page complaint, filed in state court in Manhattan, alleges that eAppraiseIT LLC, a unit of Santa Ana, Calif. -based First American, allowed Washington Mutual loan originators to "handpick" appraisers who brought in high valuations and permitted bank employees to pressure them to increase estimates that came in too low.”
“The Cuomo suit alleges that eAppraiseIT, the First American unit, allowed WaMu loan officers to "handpick" appraisers who submitted high valuations.”
“It was unlawful for the Treasury department to cause first-position debt holders to take less than what they were obligated to receive during Chrysler's restructuring, and to handpick creditors to enable the deal with Fiat to go through, all paid for with the lost pensions of people in Indiana.”
“Customers would be able to handpick the colors of their cars and design the interiors while sipping espressos.”
“They are allowed to handpick a lone rock thrower to do the deed.”
“Well, if you feel like living the dream and leaving the pressures and problems of real life behind for sandier shores, here's some inspiration from our little sister, Beach Tomato, as they handpick the best beaches for living the dream.”
“The team that is short does not get to handpick players from the pool, but rather players are assigned by a board member who serves as the pool coordinator.”
“Are you a speculative person and did you handpick others who are like-minded?”
“Others bypass pay TV entirely, allowing viewers to handpick shows from online catalogues, such as iTunes or Netflix that instantly stream programming over the Internet.”
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