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difficult to please

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The differential, sources said, indicates that Corcoran is choosier about the brokers it hires (or at least more likely to fire nonproducing brokers).
Consultants don't expect the ACA to spur a rush by hospitals to buy these facilities, but hospitals must get choosier about where they refer patients.
They are choosier and are more likely to be promoted than others," Kaniel, Massey and Robinson wrote.
But, on much smaller advances of pounds 1,000 to pounds 2,000 or so, rates can be much higher and lenders are much choosier in approving loans since the credit crunch.
The researchers also pointed out that, "Optimists are more willing to disengage from unrealistic courses of action, and re-engage in new ones; they are choosier and more willing to adapt which in part is the reason for their success.
A lot more customers will be asking their online travel agents as they become choosier with their travel choices.
UAE consumers are behaving differently post recession; it appears to have made them choosier and they're no longer willing to take poor service.
I am also choosier when it comes to striking up friendships with people I may meet in the night.
While males appear willing to mate with any available female, females tend to be choosier.
6 per cent intake ratio that ranks it in the same league as the IITs and 6 times choosier than Harvard University.
rule is therefore that it induces patent holders to be choosier in the
The framework will radically alter the sector, turning students into "consumers" who are choosier about courses and institutions.
They may be a little choosier about where they go, but they're still shooting.
2003), the conflict hypothesis predicts that virgin females should be choosier than mated females, forcing the males to perform a lengthy display.
Those employers who are taking on new staff can afford to be choosier in the people that they employ during this time because there are more candidates - often high-calibre people - applying for jobs.