limited choice

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He perceives with astonishment that supposing the present government to be overthrown, the limited choice of the Crown, in the formation of a new ministry, would lie between Lord Coodle and Sir Thomas Doodle--supposing it to be impossible for the Duke of Foodle to act with Goodle, which may be assumed to be the case in consequence of the breach arising out of that affair with Hoodle.
Rightmove said: "Buyers are faced with paying a new record high for the more limited choice available.
Post flight, parents cited a few resort-related anxieties including the fear that the accommodation would not be suitable for the family's requirements, their children would become ill and have to be treated in a foreign hospital, and the limited choice of 'childapproved' food.
Some people want chic clean lines - and thus far have had limited choice unless they choose an urban city lifestyle, but many don't necessarily want to live in the city.
The current situation in civil aviation of Kyrgyzstan faces many problems, including high prices for air traveling, limited choice of flight destinations, high dependence of land infrastructure's income (airport, refueling, air navigation) on activities of the Transit Center at Manas, according to the expert.
Etisalat and du being the only telecom operators in the country leaves consumers with limited choice.
Summary: Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp will pull the plug on its unprofitable automobile sales business in the United States after nearly three decades, hurt by a strong yen and a limited choice of vehicles that failed to excite consumers.
The best price I could find framed - but with a limited choice of destinations - is from dotcom giftshop (020 8746 2473), a snip at pounds 29.
ENGLAND'S young children are being served "very small" school dinners, and given limited choice despite paying more for their meals, a survey of teachers suggests.
There is a limited choice of desserts available, and I most of those in the market are only made of fruit, so we decided to offer mums custard and yoghurt flavours," said Heinz infant feeding marketing manager Katie Bleach.
Prices are high in Holmfirth and it is unfair to the young families and the older folk when they have to pay extra because of the limited choice here at the moment.
He said: "I realised Garston's potential, a deprived area surrounded by big businesses where there was a limited choice of restaurants.

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