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a person who chooses or selects out

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this key group because the very definition of an inconsistent chooser is
Whether a particular intervention is motivated by the well-being of the chooser or instead that of third parties should affect our assessment of its acceptability.
The four liability rules of Figure 2 (Rules 2, 4, 5, and 6) give rise to just two fundamental allocative classes, corresponding to the identity of the chooser. For convenience, we call these "single-chooser" rules because only one of the litigants determines the entitlement's final allocation.
FHFA home price gains and the rebound in the Richmond Fed manufacturing index are not typically market movers, though beggars can't be choosers with the shutdown.
On reflection, however, Reid believes Ireland's parlous state means beggars can't be choosers.
The Asajaya assemblyman, however, stressed that the phrase 'beggars can't be choosers' which he uttered was referred to the opposition's action of questioning the quantum of allocation given out to them.
"Inconsistent choosers" are those whose choices vary based on some arbitrary factor under the government's control (like defaults), and "consistent choosers" are those whose choices are not sensitive to such factors.
The number of 2017 plan choosers who are new to the system appears to be down about 2 percent, but the number of HealthCare.gov users who are actively renewing their coverage appears to be up about 20 percent.
Quite an optimistic proposal made, it reminds me of a saying, 'beggars cannot be choosers." Since the formation of a long or short-term partnership between the three countries is not feasible, Nepal is destined to be a country that always ends up being on the receiving end.
But it's more than five years since United were last in a cup final - and beggars can't be choosers.
Key to success in this market is driver appeal to attract company car choosers, together with competitive depreciation so that fleets can offer the best possible contract hire rates.
Perhaps the greatest obstacles to fulfilling the promise of school choice, however, are the school choosers themselves.
BADGE snobs arE driving the company car market according to a survey, which reveals that most 'user choosers' want to be seen to be in an upmarket motor.
Murtaza Mughal said that those claiming to have taken IMF loan of their own terms are misguiding masses as beggars can't be choosers.
Still, beggars can't be choosers, not if I want to rival the great and good of British Twitterdom such as Stephen Fry who has 4,598,156 followers (or thereabout).