The principle of the trial consisted of applying the cherry-picking
technique in conjunction with an increased arrival rate of 46 flights per hour.
his dictionaries and definitions, [Assistant Attorney
In Bond's cherry-picking
scheme, he developed a highly sophisticated operation.
David Mills, chief executive of the Post Office, said: 'Many consumers are not aware of the cherry-picking
undertaken by insurance companies to provide the cheapest rates possible.
In short, Conniff's statistical cherry-picking
has given us a spin that Karl Rove might envy.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Legislation introduced Tuesday in the Michigan House shows continuing strong support across the state for small business health insurance market reform that will help stabilize the marketplace and prevent the practice of cherry-picking
, said Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
Pharma companies are cherry-picking
the best product and company opportunities at an earlier and earlier stage of development.
MARK McGHEE reckons he can rebuild Aberdeen on the cheap this summer by cherry-picking
the casualties of the cash crisis gripping Scottish football.
In any other business, in any other place, this would be called cherry-picking
based on racial favouritism (racism), certainly not creative excellence.
ILLEGAL: CCTV footage of city taxi drivers cherry-picking
Or to be kinder, call it cherry-picking
-- statistical fudging to push a falsity.
The moves are part of a wider crackdown on cherry-picking
group was particularly interesting to Hoch and Fox, in large part because of what marketers have generally assumed about these types of buyers.
3 million from his cherry-picking
scheme while his clients lost more than $56 million.
RITA RIBEIRO Perolas Aos Povos (Putumayo): From the north of Brazil, Rita is a singer but not a song-writer, instead cherry-picking
the tunes of others, including Jorge Ben and Chico Cesar.