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a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes

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It is the life-style choice of kids on reserves and those who live in Canada's quiet rural communities.
For Madonna, as well as female pornographers Suzie Bright and Annie Sprinkle, posing for and producing pornography is simply another life-style choice.
Students said their opinions about prostitution as just a job or life-style choice - a picture presented in Hollywood movies like "Pretty Woman" - were changed by the encounter.
Like AW I married had a family and a mortgage but it was a life-style choice not a sacrifice.
Mr Appleton said: "We have not bought this business as a life-style choice.
Sir, - Recently launched cruise ship The World not only offers a new life-style choice to the richest of the upwardly mobile but a new idea for tackling world peace.
Cragnotti, who until then had tried to resist all talk of Eriksson leaving Rome, said: "To manage a national team is a fundamental life-style choice.
In my Budget Vote speech in Parliament last I raised sharply the worrying increase of non-communicable diseases the majority of which are caused by life-style choice.
And Cragnotti, who has so far tried to resist all talk of Eriksson leaving Rome, said: "To manage a national team is a fundamental life-style choice.