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picky

1. mod. choosy. Red, blue, green! What’s the difference? You are too picky.
2. mod. overly critical. I have to do it exactly right. My boss is very picky.
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Being a cat lover and previous cat parent myself, I was really looking forward to my turn of remixing the iconic Meow Mix jingle," says Pickier.
The economy is pushing consumers to be pickier," said Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi, adding this played to the advantage of Samsung and Apple.
Pickier, more insistent on things being done properly - and definitely a review just to make sure they were.
Portland State University is pickier about accepting provisional students not quite up to admission standards.
Meanwhile, in Dubai, the availability of property is continuing to allow tenants to be pickier when choosing a place to live, a trend that is set to continue into the fourth quarter.
Not wanting to feel left out, the Brazilians copy the good poses, but are pickier with the photography skills of the Germans, asking for re-shoots and specific zoom techniques.
Like a Wyoming or Montana pronghorn waterhole hunt, the fewer options animals have to drink, the more shooting opportunities you'll receive and the pickier you can be about trophy quality.
He cautions, however, that after last year's run, it's probably time to be a bit pickier about the sector as a whole.
Other firms have grown pickier about whom they hire, narrowing their recruitment choices to the most elite schools.
Requiring insurers to cover all children caused most to stop selling child-only coverage, but requiring insurers only to cover all conditions for children they choose to insure would only lead them to be pickier about which children they accept.
Migrant workers born in the 1990s are pickier on salaries and work conditions.
Pan says treasurers are getting pickier about where to park their money, but he worries that they may end up relying on a money fund's logo rather than performing their due diligence.
Buyers' attorneys are pickier because banks are pickier," said Soho-based real estate attorney Margaret Baisley.
This may have seen you up for sexy or frivolous action, but now it's alongside Saturn, this may see you shorter on tolerance and being pickier.
Then, those insurers who do take on municipal clients, are pickier and pickier about the kinds of risks that they insure and more demanding about the amount of insurance premium that they believe will cover them in the event of a loss.