pick of the bunch


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pick of the bunch

The best or most ideal option in a group. Matt is the pick of the bunch, so we need to make sure he ends up on our team. I know you think that puppy is too small, but to me he's just the pick of the bunch!
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the pick of the ˈbunch

(informal) the best example of a group of people or things: This Australian wine is the pick of the bunch.
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PICK OF THE BUNCH: Prolong the life of a vase by choosing an unbreakable one, ideal if you have children and pets.
PICK OF THE BUNCH: A Royal Albert Country Rose 12-piece dinner set, currently half price at PS60, from Debenhams (08445 616 161/www.debenhams.com).
Of Time and the City: The Making of a Liverpool Masterpiece, was the pick of the bunch. Terence Davies's documentary wowed critics when it premiered at Cannes and won a standing ovation when it played in the Philharmonic Hall during Capital of Culture year.
Pick of the bunch, however, came from GORDON REID, of Links Green, Gosforth: "Right lads - set your watches.
Pick of the bunch has to be The Tumbleweed Pet Poo Converter, a worm farm that turns dog droppings into food for worms, whose'castings' can then be converted into fertiliser for your garden.
Pick of the bunch was the timeless Moonlight Serenade and a subtle rendition of the more obscure Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair.
Williams' effort on 83 minutes was the pick of the bunch, a scorching drive from 25 yards, which flashed past helpless Paul Pritchard in the Canaries' goal.
The pick of the bunch is Ed West's quirky 'Don't Mention The World Cup' (E2.99 from Summersdale), the pocket tome which charts England's rivalry with Germany.
T rulli is arguably the pick of the bunch, given the power of his Toyota engine and the fact that his inconsistent car seems suited to this circuit - test driver Ricardo Zonta went fastest in yesterday's second practice.
As a used car, it's certainly a great package: a smooth and refined cruiser; a chassis to delight even the keenest driver; and this, the least powerful version, is the pick of the bunch. As one member of What Car?'s panel said: "It still looks a lot of car for your money."
But perhaps the pick of the bunch was George Foreman.
Your husband could have had the pick of the bunch, at least according to you.
The pick of the bunch was a stunning free-kick from Calum Waters.
The pick of the bunch, though, The pick of the bunch, though, had to be John had to be John Henshaw as Cilla's dad John White.He stole every scene he was in.No word yet on whether ITV will be continuing the story following last night's final episode.
Of the four Sky Blue goals scored to dump York out of the competition, his was the pick of the bunch as the much-maligned left-back collected the ball on the halfway line, accelerated forward and picked his spot with a powerful shot across the goalkeeper.