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to make a choice from a number of alternatives

to have the desire or inclination to

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Under imaginable assumptions, any effort to require active choosing easily fits within the standard definition of paternalism and runs afoul of the most conventional objections to paternalism.
Experience level- This is another very important factor that people should consider before choosing their consultant.
If, by contrast, people are asked whether they want to choose, and can opt out of active choosing (in favor of, say, a default rule), active choosing counts as a form of libertarian paternalism.
Dawn and Simon have chosen to turn the brewery into an early learning centre for ale, with clear labels, boards showing the brewing processes and history, and their beers on tap - to educate people in choosing what to drink.
The primary implication of choosing an early Social Security benefit is the individual will receive a reduced benefit for as long as he or she lives.
All students choosing to be on the list would have their names, lesson times and phone numbers distributed to other students on the list.
While professing "every vote equal," the system for choosing presidential electors could result in a member state selecting electors pledged to a presidential candidate who had lost the election in that state.
The average time they lasted after choosing their franchise quarterback: 2.
Also, those plans must disclose price, coverage, and other information in standard ways, so that employees can make apples to apples comparisons before choosing.
In a survey after the experiment, they were more likely to say there were "too many" chocolates to choose from and that choosing was frustrating and difficult.
When voters cast ballots for President and Vice President, they actually are choosing electors pledged to vote for that candidate.
Ohtake met the city's restrictive building limits by choosing the inverted-arc shape, not just for its iconoclasm but because it allowed the eight-story hotel to have more rooms with views of the city skyline.
Ophir hypothesizes that by choosing the loser of a confrontation, a female reduces her risk of injury.
We find ourselves placed within a situation in many aspects not of our choosing.
However, choosing to live as healthy a life as possible remains one of the most important choices that officers should make.