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1. I will take French for choice.
2. At lunchtime, MPs are spoilt for choice in 26 restaurants and bars.
3. I should take this one for choice.
4. As the Empire player you are spoiled for choice.
5. Spoilt for choice A government's plans are sometimes implemented with little or no regard for an individual's family plans.
6. In the West Country, buyers are spoilt for choice.
7. People staying in Les Menuires are spoilt for choice when deciding which direction to take for the day's skiing.
8. We are spoilt for choice with insulins.
9. This would allow some room for choice, but would not detract from the fundamental notion of a centrally planned service.
10. The remaining scope for choice surrounds the selection of an active node for development.
11. Often, we seem to be spoiled for choice and hampered, even paralysed, by our fear of the unknown.
12. Nobody walks on a slope like this for choice, only sheep, and they don't let sheep graze this lot.
13. They restrict opportunities for choice, experiment and innovation, which are as much needed in education as in any other field.
14. Perhaps I have no more opportunity for choice as the same as the others.
15. Adopt opaque materials, for using,(http://Sentencedict.com) many colors for choice.
16. How do I get back the Women's Alliance for Choice?
17. There's so much good theatre and cinema in London, really one is spoilt for choice.
18. Anyway, the upshot of it all was that they were not actually spoilt for choice as to locations.
19. There isn't a hotel restaurant, but when it comes to eating out in Stuttgart you're spoilt for choice.
20. The AK47 was a highly prized souvenir and frequently traded by frontline troops to those in the rear for choice booty.
21. The Population Council also announced it had set up a new company, Advances for Choice, to sell the drug.
22. If, like me, you prefer the sporting life, then you are spoilt for choice here.
23. There was such a vast variety of decorated bowls and jugs and plates that she was spoilt for choice.
24. Obviously this typology has immense implications for educational methods, for communication generally, and for choice of marriage partner.
25. And as soon as you start selling cards you will be spoilt for choice as their representatives start beating a pathway to your door.
26. Available in white, green, red, black or mustard, you're spoilt for choice.
27. With so much within easy reach, we were clearly spoilt for choice and decided to sleep on it.
28. London has just hosted the annual Frieze Art Fair, which has become synonymous with the big-spending rich and super-rich as they pay astronomic sums for choice paintings and sculptures.
29. Unfortunately, public policies do not always allow much room for choice.
30. Pop big buckle, we had many wood look colorway for choice or make your own color.
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