- n. Plural form of selection.
“This is the first time that we have revealed to the public any selections from the work (apart from the odd quotes and teasers in our respective tweet streams), and we had a blast with this presentation.”
“There have been selections from the Journal, but they all feel like grab-bags of the good bits, not the way reading the Journal really feels.”
“Later she frowned again when I made most of my selections from the adult section rather than the juvenile section.”
“From the Collection of Randi and Bob Fisher follows the exhibition, Calder to Warhol Introducing the Fisher Collection, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. That exhibition, which was on view during the summer of 2010, presented selections from the collection Doris and Donald Fisher, co-founders of Gap and parents of Bob Fisher.”
“I chose the culinary selections from the Benares "aristocratic families" -- after all, I'm a prince, albeit a Jewish prince, and mine are the "chosen people.”
“The artist Adele Todd runs a blog, SexyPink, intended as “a forum that addresses elements of Caribbean Art pertaining to its history and contemporary relevancy”, with short essays and interviews — in a recent post, she spoke to young artist Alicia Milne; another post contains selections from the sketchbooks of Richard Rawlins.”
“Jason Sanford on Flash fiction selections from the Million Writers Award judges.”
“Firstly, aided and abetted by the British newspaper The Guardian which was giving away pamphlets of poetry a few weeks ago, I have begun to read selections from the Romantic poets, and Keats was the subject of the first pamphlet.”
“The Grove Press Web site offers a few delectable selections from the book:”
“In that vein, we have some selections from the D. C.-area blogosphere on costume don'ts as well as important safety tips.”
Looking for tweets for selections.