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chooh zee

  • s  difficult to please

  • The stories are a good sample of what Partisan Review has been offering to its choosy 5,800 subscribers since the war, and this in itself amounts to a certificate of modernity.
  • Since atmospheric heat is not choosy about the water it warms, tropical storms could start turning up in some decidedly nontropical places.
  • The Statue of Liberty may not be choosy about the wretched refuse she allows in the door, but Americans haven't always been so hospitable.
News & Articles

  • Anne Hathaway To Star And Produce Historical Drama ‘The Lifeboat’
    Picking projects after you win an Oscar is always a tricky field to navigate, but if you ask us it looks like Anne Hathaway has got it down to a science. With her extra added accomplishment thanks to Les Miserables, Hathaway has been a bit more choosy when it comes to her upcoming schedule. It’s... Read more » Anne Hathaway To Star And Produce Historical Drama ‘The Lifeboat’ is a post from: The ...
    June 21, 2013 - The Inquisitr
Quotes

  • Om Puri in Times of India
    Commenting upon his absence, he said: "Earlier cinema was of great value, it was more meaningful compared to today. So, I have decided to take it easy and be choosy with the projects."
  • Daniel Radcliffe in USA Today
    I never have to work again unless I want to do it. Once you're in the position where you can be very, very choosy as an actor, you have a duty to be very, very selective about what you do,Radcliffe says. "Money is not what motivates me....
  • Paul Krugman in International Business Times
    Do unemployment benefits reduce the incentive to seek work? Yes: workers receiving unemployment benefits are likely to be slightly more choosy about accepting new jobs. The operative word here is 'slightly',Krugman writes in a recent column,...

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