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(1) You can make an arbitrary choice.
(2) My choice is always arbitrary.
(3) The rules seemed arbitrary and inflexible.
(4) Arbitrary arrests and detention without trial were common.
(5) Patriotism is a arbitrary veneration of real estate above principles.
(6) Opponents of the regime had been subject to arbitrary detention, torture and execution.
(7) You make an arbitrary choice.
(8) A good judge does not make arbitrary decisions.
(9) He makes unpredictable, arbitrary decisions.
(10) The decision is to some extent arbitrary.
(11) My choice was quite arbitrary.
(12) The company has been the subject of an arbitrary take-over.
(13) Before, it had justified their arbitrary rule.
(14) Arbitrary age discrimination can affect everyone.
(15) But these images were not arbitrary, let alone trivial.
(16) Why not something else equally apparently arbitrary, such as blowing bubbles, or dropping pebbles?
(17) Any judicial act of line-drawing may seem somewhat arbitrary, but Roe was a reasoned statement, elaborated with great care.
(18) Essentiality is a somewhat arbitrary and relative term when it comes to the food value of treats.
(19) The arbitrary rule restricting profit to a 10% margin applying to service companies would not operate.
(20) Prisoner after prisoner has complained about the arbitrary way in which the prison regulations are enforced.
(21) What guided your choice of destination or was it arbitrary?
(22) The choice of players for the team seemed completely arbitrary.
(23) The choice of players for the team seems completely arbitrary.
(24) Sometimes an action or object has a meaning in this dimension that is quite arbitrary.
(25) Swallowtails, woodpeckers and many other creatures all show how Nature can change in an arbitrary way.
(26) As we have indicated earlier, though, the dynamic of administrative reform seems to have been fairly arbitrary in terms of central government.
(27) The amount by which one changes weights is somewhat arbitrary.
(28) Instead, the probabilities would have to be assigned in some arbitrary way. Sentencedict.com
(29) He lived so much within his own head that the times at which he ate and slept were entirely arbitrary.
(30) Throughout the day, repeal supporters argued that the ban on some types of weapons is arbitrary and unconstitutional.
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