from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of choose.
- n. Law An item of personal property; a chattel.
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- v. Simple past of choose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of choose.
- n. A thing; personal property.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit and old past participle of choose.
- n. In law, an article of personal property, or a personal right; a thing.
So it was probably with no small effort that the label chose its newest public “face” — the Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Connelly.
The label chose a winner from over a hundred entries, and posted it, along with three runners-up and seven short-listed entrants.
Sharpe is reported to have criticised the singer's album of hymns, Praise & Blame, saying it's not why the label chose to "invest a fortune" in Jones.
Luiz Felipe Scolari betrayed, in his endearingly mangled English, some of Heston's flawed thought process when asked why, after Clint Dempsey's last-minute header had deprived Chelsea of two vital points in the title chose, he had chosen not to station a defender at the far post of Fulham's goal.
Enough already it's over time to move on either you choose to support Obama or you don't the chose is yours, but please understand this we all have been through a lot these past months we all have had our hopes tested, but in every fight there is an winner and a loser.
"I am saddened and disappointed that my label chose to put out another hits album instead of new music," he said in a statement.
Sarah Palin chose to use her children as political props.
Sarah Palin chose to deliver her farewell address was eerily silent Sunday afternoon as the predominantly supportive crowd hung on her every word, waiting for any clue to what her future plans may be.
And CNN considers this 'breaking news'? .... we ALL already knew she was unfit when McCain chose her as his VP ....
Palin chose to do the opposite – she exploited her children.