choosy


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difficult to please

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While talking exclusively to ANI, the 'Soldier' actor said, "People ask me why I was so choosy and why I didn't do any film in the last four years.
But he faces an uphill struggle in view of a global credit crunch which makes E&P firms with cash piles to invest very choosy when it comes to spending in high-risk countries.
In such a dire economic climate these regeneration schemes are rare and developers can be very, very choosy where they spend their money.
People still want their holiday abroad but they are just a little more choosy about where they go.
Spend some time, be choosy and you'll buy yourself a mountain of motor for not much money.
Michaels' space is limited, Nissel has to be choosy about what goes on his tables and shelves.
The advert is intended to promote the message that "no one is more choosy than Pilgrims Choice when it comes to making Cheddar", said producer North Downs Dairy.
NEW YORK -- Double-digit increases in construction costs are forcing supermarket chains to be choosy in building or remodeling stores.
But with the way that the downtown market has tightened in the last year, large space users haven't been able to be nearly so choosy.
Though they've earned the best mounts, they've never been choosy, both willing to ride chancy claiming-level horses.
These choosy consumers want programs when they want them, where they want them, how they want them--a high-touch, high-tech knowledge transfer network with real-time classroom environments where students value learning from other adult students as much as from their professors.
Theorists have proposed that females of island species tend not to be too choosy.
page 34) for some real life advice on the best ways to be a choosy you.
IF you are planning to borrow to pay for Christmas, The Office of Fair Trading includes the following tips as part of its Be Choosy About Credit campaign: