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CHOICE. Preference either of a person or thing, to one of several other persons or things. Election. (q.v.)

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Caldwell added that Smart Choice Leadership Agencies - those that reach a commission "cap" obtained by having production over a certain level on a running 12 months basis.
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Lunch Popcorn chicken, corn, seasoned peas, fruit cocktail, milk choice
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The teen drama swept the Teen Choice Awards with a total of nine solid wins, including Choice Drama TV Show and Choice Liplock.
Even so, choice, in and of itself, cannot be regarded as fundamentally feminist because women sometimes make individual choices that support patriarchal constructs with those choices doing nothing to deconstruct and challenge and remove the oppressive systems under which women labour and from which feminism is seeking their liberation.
Coun Olwyn Gunn, Durham County Council's cabinet member for children and young people's services, said: "We are delighted to be able to offer so many children their first choice schools, and to see that number rising year on year.
It comes not just from participating in the process of choosing but rather from having a sense that the choice is personally meaningful.
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The 2016 Teen Choice Awards show airs on Fox at 8 p.m.
EPA developed the new Safer Choice labels to make it easier for consumers and businesses to choose items that meet EPA's safer product standards.