- n a person who chooses or selects out
- No picker and chooser of ways and means, he turns a neat trick on a bunch of Chinese by arranging to ferry them over from Cuba to the Keys, accepts their money, then kills their .
- Even among psychiatrists who confine their practice to analysis, it is now the practice to avoid complete allegiance to Freud and be an eclectica picker and chooser among all .
- If he did not, if the war dragged into the winter, he might no longer be the chooser of campaigns.
- Geoffrey Rush in Canada.com
She'sa very exploratory, very risk-taking and very unpredictable chooser of roles, and maybe she felt that reinventing the same character was not going to be as great a challenge as she would like,said Rush. "I knew her very much as a...
- Tam Dalyell in Telegraph.co.uk
Former Labour MP and ex-Father of the Commons Tam Dalyell said: "Michael Foot would have been a first-class Prime Minister, because he was a shrewd chooser of people and an imaginative delegator of colleagues. When I was elected to Parliament in...
- Ben Silverman in AdAge.com
I was a manager, I was no longer a picker, a chooser of shows; I would do HR meetings and finance meetings and retreats,Mr. Silverman told Advertising Age.