deliberate choice

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Tempted by a dream of happiness, he had yielded himself with deliberate choice, as he had never done before, to what he knew was deadly sin.
She has obtained a regular and unanimous advice from men of her own deliberate choice.
A simple change of cadres within the MHP may only secure the continuation of the MHP as a party with 11-15 percent, whereas a deliberate choice to move the party to the center may have a lot more meaning for the country.
It is a deliberate choice to only use nature's own raw materials for the construction of Straagaarden.
An OS upgrade should always be a deliberate choice.
You have the power to make a deliberate choice to live in the now.
In simple terms it (oil price sensitivity) has increased and that's been a deliberate choice," Simon Henry, chief financial officer at Royal Dutch Shell, Europe's largest oil group by market value, told Reuters.
Some of the transitions weren't as smooth as they have been in previous series, but I think that was a deliberate choice from Dan Benioff and DB Weiss to create a sense of disorganisation which reflects the characters' current situations.
After scoring 24 goals last season he had options to go to Motherwell or Inverness as well as return to England but insists it was a deliberate choice to join Sligo.
It remains to be seen, however, whether Marian has been a deliberate choice to get Regina involved.
The current tour will see him play in UK venues that are off the beaten track and Turner says that was a deliberate choice on his part.