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The most popular choice of alternative career would be to serve in one of the three emergency services, according to the survey of 2,000 workers across the UK.
UK flight comparison site Skyscanner announced on Wednesday that its survey of 1,000 travellers, which asked which celebrities people would most like fly with, revealed actor and broadcaster Stephen Fry as the most popular choice.
A new survey reveals that the Harry Potter author is children's most popular choice when it comes to the perfect female teacher.
The Nilfisk-ALTO pressure washer range is a popular choice in fishing, agriculture and food sectors.
31sec star of the opening round and will be a popular choice to win the final heat.
Nighthawk noted that the PT1000 is a popular choice for remotely controlling multiple items because of its onboard ability to decode a single wireless message, convert logic level signals and individually control eight different relays.
The 604, with a 4,600-nm range and a maximum cruise speed of 533 mph, is a popular choice of aircraft used for regional and intercontinental flights; the aircraft is a good choice for flights to Europe and South America.
72 goals-against average has made him a popular choice to unseat Cloutier, the goalie who signed a two-year, $6.
Another popular choice is built-in functionality: Silestone, the leading quartz countertop surface, contains mold- and odor-fighting Microban.
The next popular choice was the Arotech all-electric bus.
The work of the Korean born, Tokyo-based architect, has clear sympathies with this year's judges--Professor Peter Cook, Ian Ritchie, Chris Wilkinson, and Odile Decq--and Ito was an extremely popular choice.
And because the fibers are lightly colored, they do not need to be bleached during processing, making it a popular choice among eco-advocates.