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Advanced: Pickier shooters may want to use the exposure compensation setting on their cameras to adjust for extreme lighting conditions.
Given the fact that local shows completely dominate primetime in Europe, foreign buyers are pickier than ever about unproven fare offered them by U.
amp;nbsp; Challenging but fun Millennials can be more difficult to deal with than other homebuyers because of their inexperience, Bryant said, and also because they tend to be pickier.
Home furnishing retailer Terry's Fabrics has conducted research into the biggest interior design pet peeves for renters - and they say it turns out they are pickier than you might think.
But with her lovely and comfortable home, she has become pickier when it comes to the projects will she take part in.
If youre lucky enough to get multiple bids, you can be pickier about the buyers you choose.
By the '60s, however, wages had risen, making it too expensive to pull old cars apart by hand, and steel mills were getting pickier about what they would accept.
NYT Syndicate They're pickier tenants than you'd think: Bugs are ideally looking for carpeted, airy, ground-floor residences in wealthier neighbourhoods, and pets and even filth aren't really so important.
Mahi-mahi, cobia, and wahoo can be a little pickier and tend to like live baits like cigar minnows, hard tails and threadfins.
There are a limited number of people you can meet and you become pickier at judging people.
Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Rascal Flatts, Kellie Pickier, Maddie & Tae, Little Big Town, Kelsea Ballerini, Haley Georgia .
But we've also gotten pickier about where our ingredients come from, and many of us aim to eat in a sustainable way that accommodates our vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free friends.