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someone who selects according to the eclectic method

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selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas

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The eclectically talented cast includes Murs, Dee-I, Tabi Bonney, Eric Roberts, Terrell Battle, and a host of others.
Favorites like the Twisted Sister, with turkey, avocado and bacon, have food aficionados flocking into the tiny cottage for counter service and around the eclectically decorated dining area outside.
Whatever its origins, the result is a book that is entertaining and eclectically informative, a book in which you can learn that Stern was "exiled" from the main campus of Temple University to the then-separate Tyler School of Art for the crime of leg wrestling with a colleague on the floor of the faculty lounge or that Simone de Beauvoir, when visiting New York, most likely stayed at the New Yorker Hotel, now owned by Reverend Moon, or that "it takes fourteen days for a male dragonfly to reach sexual maturity, and they can live eleven days after that.
James ended the war as a colonel and one of the most colorfully and eclectically experienced officers of any army.
47 (1880-1881) --instead of the original, eclectically instrumented orchestral accompaniment, the expressive delivery of the cello part against the background of the introvert harp conceals an almost existential potential.
We will limit ourselves to a few points, eclectically selected, that seem of particular interest.
Every year, people tend to be excited about Ramadan, and buy eclectically in preparation for it; however, the situation is different this year since many families don't have money to buy what they need for Ramadan.
Vogel's artistic perspectives are eclectically informed by Russian Formalism, Kenneth Burke, canonical playwrights such as Brecht, Artaud, and Strindberg, and, she adds, "all the songs of Judy Garland; every Broadway musical; and a gay brother, who, when I was seventeen, took me to see John Waters.
Dave''s year has taken in a number of tours, notably with the eclectically talented Devin Townsend and Fightstar frontman Charlie Simpson, as well as numerous headline shows up and down the UK.
Choose to stay in one of a handful of private cottages, eclectically constructed from bamboo grown on the property, or in the communal Opua House.
118) Gestefeld's teachings were on the farthest Christian-oriented end of the spectrum even while they remained deeply linked to Theosophy, which she seems to have seen as a mode by which she could retain and develop an eclectically biblical altruism.
One lucky reader wil get their hands on the band's Live at Somerset House DVD, their eclectically amazing Late Night Tales compilation and iconic long players Final Straw, Eyes Open, A Hundred Million Suns and their essential, all-encom-passing Best Of.
In the light of Hodson's revealing differences among eighteenth century grammarians on rules and usage and of Elfenbein's demonstration that writers responded to pure English eclectically, substantive issues arise.
To illustrate this inherent principle, let us look briefly at some typical examples from British newspapers (as collected eclectically from the web in October 2008):