American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“And the chance that a randomly-chosen child who handled your iPod will get to IIT is very, very slim.”
“But if you ask a randomly-chosen Yahoo Mail user what's new about the site, you're more likely to hear "it's purple" -- the new design echoes the eggplant hue of mobile versions of Yahoo's service.”
“The Council consists of a certain number to be determined of randomly-chosen members of The Wizards Conclave.”
“Make many different, randomly-chosen, tiny changes to the technology.”
“And this is the big advantage of education over entrepreneurship for the young person; although it is not possible to start a generic business or even to pick one at random from a menu, it is possible to start on a generic or randomly-chosen degree course and get most of the benefits of having done so.”
“This is more like listing the name of a particular randomly-chosen person along with the line “is a potential rapist” and then defending it by saying “well, all men are potential rapists”.”
“Whenever you log in, you get a fresh mix of photos from eight randomly-chosen swingers within a hundred miles of your house, along with their name, brief profile information, and a rough estimation of how long it would take to drive to their house.”
“Let's assume that each of my 40th-generation male ancestors is a randomly-chosen man from eighth-century Europe (this is not really valid, but more on that below).”
“A randomly-chosen microstate is equally likely to be in either set.”
“Like Starbucks being forced to raise coffee prices because the dairy farms not twenty miles from any randomly-chosen Starbucks are selling exclusively to Germany or somewhat.”
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