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Synonyms for choice

Synonyms for choice

the act of choosing

the power or right of choosing

one that is selected

the superlative or most preferable part of something


of fine quality

appealing to refined taste

singled out in preference

Synonyms for choice

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The design for the Web site incorporates the Wise Choices campaign artwork and is a one-stop spot on the Internet for California raisin recipes, nutrition facts and manufacturing information.
In addition, the financial stakes involved in making the correct career choice may seem very high for individuals with severe disabilities due to the use of a one- time-only vocational benefit, the trade off of monthly public benefit checks for a paycheck, and concerns regarding the stability of the labor market.
They like choice just fine, but they won't trade security to get it.
2) Postrel asserts that people adapt pretty well to all the choice they face, in large part by relying on habits.
Choice Hotels, Choice Hotels International, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn are proprietary trademarks and service marks of Choice Hotels International, Inc.
In most other places, school choice programs rarely make it off the ground.
Most people feel their choices of politics, country, religion, or even eating, are better than other people's choices.
The y raise concerns, however, about the underrepresentation of students with disabilities and poorly educated parents in private schools, They also find that while targeted voucher programs may" modestly" alleviate racial segregation patterns in urban cities, the evidence from large-scale, unregulated choice programs suggests that vouchers may increase levels of social stratification.
Even though counselors or rehabilitation professionals may find job openings or negotiate with employers to create positions for clients, clients still have the freedom of choice to refuse these positions.
No, it's charitable choice and it's a very dangerous idea.
As health insurers provide more choices for employees, the tenets of group underwriting face greater strains.
Until Gore's May 24 speech at a Salvation Army facility, charitable choice has been most closely identified with its lead congressional sponsor, Sen.
Instead of simply offering mass-market goods, businesses of all sorts increasingly compete to give consumers more personalized products, more varied experiences, and more choice.