- v. present participle of select.
“Because of our close relationship with the United States and Britain, Canada has shown a great deal of ingenuity in selecting from the legislation of both countries.”
“There is also strong political influence in selecting government personnel and making decisions involving contracts.”
“Firms are becoming more ruthless in selecting early stage projects for investment, often focusing on specific disease areas.”
“Individuality has become a prized virtue and there's a kind of competitive landscape, a baby names arms race, where parents are determined to make their child stand out," said Laura Wattenberg, author and creator of babynamewizard. com, a website that guides parents in selecting a baby name.”
“(B) the inability of the consumer to protect the intersts of the consumer in selecting or using a consumer financial product or service; or”
“Even allowing for the loss of some of his research materials, he appears not to have been systematic in selecting repositories or collections of probate records for examination and his recording methods were at best primitive and altogether unsystematic.”
“His own words reveal a somewhat reckless and impractical man who makes decisions instinctively rather than with deliberation, whether in selecting school sites or hiring the local staff.”
“Now I take great pride in selecting my tree and always check at least 100 yards in every direction to make sure there is no other stands in the area.”
“He made a smart move in selecting As Good As it Gets as his lead off from Maguire, sadly though that would be his only smart career decision for the remainder of the decade.”
“What ever your choice make sure to have someone who understands shotgun fit help you in selecting the gun.”
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