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difficult to please

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The movie reps an interesting pairing between Jeon, who's become one of the hottest (and choosiest) actresses in Korean cinema on the strength of her personality rather than looks, and Seol, who gained major coverage from his lead role in "Peppermint Candy." Released in January, "Wife" performed very solidly but was not a runaway hit, no doubt due to the fact that its two-hour running time goes for a slow burn rather than playing to the gallery.
FOR a would-be critic, ANGELA HARKIN, 24, from Glasgow, admits she's not the choosiest of television viewers.
We've picked out five of these cars, guaranteed to satisfy even the choosiest of drivers.
But the female long-tailed manakin is possibly the choosiest chick in the animal kingdom.
Debenhams' own labels; J Taylor, Maine and Casual Club provide a variety of different themes for the choosiest shopper.
If the trend is down, that is, if the rating agencies deem that the country or province deserves a slightly lower credit rating, the choosiest investors will place their funds elsewhere, while others will demand a higher rate of interest to lend money to that government.
The fact that the choosiest schools attract higher-status families and select only the most promising students insures their success; replication, by definition, is impossible.
In the "great game of vital living" Zenith--"the choosiest inland city in the country" that stands "in the van of spiritual and New Thought progress" (cf.
population but only 12.5 percent of the applicant pool to the choosiest colleges.
young holidaymakers find plenty to enjoy in the pools at Haven and British Holiday parks where there are activities to keep even the choosiest children entertained
But catering for the choosiest of budding fashion models, and their parents, is the speciality of Veronica Edmunds whose Little Specials boutique was established 25 years ago.
An industry report shows we are the choosiest in Britain when it comes to deciding where to spend our money.