his dictionaries and definitions, [Assistant Attorney
Our licensing team are doing a lot of positive work with the trade to drive up standards and address issues such as cherry-picking
, plying for hire and encouraging drivers to consider more environmentally-friendly vehicles.
As German chancellor Angela Merkel made clear, there is no chance of Britain cherry-picking
the bits of the EU we'd like to keep.
In any other business, in any other place, this would be called cherry-picking
based on racial favouritism (racism), certainly not creative excellence.
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.
pipette SmartTool is the latest addition to the collection of interchangeable tools on the BioCube System.
Deputy general secretary Dave Ward said: "We're balloting our members to back our position to protect the universal service, oppose privatisation and expose the damage that cherry-picking
and unfair competition will do to postal services if it is left unchanged.
Licensing committee chairman Cllr Christine Banks said: "This is a clear warning that cherry-picking
will not be tolerated.
In the letter from Ellen Newberry (Viewpoints, February 15), I have been accused of cherry-picking
parts of the Bible to suit my argument, specifically my comparison of punishments in both the Bible and the Sharia.
It will also stop schools cherry-picking
the brightest kids from better families.
Best-case has him blossoming as a defender, rebounder and dribble-drive maker and becoming a great example of cherry-picking
by Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak, giving the team something more than the 3-pointers that the GM hopes will ``stretch the court.