Choosing [noun]

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If you choose them well, you may find that whatever you wear on top has little impact on how warm you feel.

We found that teachers were most likely to choose vertebrates for education in the classroom, with 328 instances of amphibians, birds, fish, mammals and reptiles.

Sharp, 25, was chosen by the Miami Marlins with the third pick of last winter’s Rule 5 draft.

By choosing products that are made sustainably, from companies that have demonstrated a commitment to minimize their environmental impact, experts say it is possible to make a difference.

Duhaime chose Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, largely because “I knew I wanted to get better at snowboarding,” he said.

James Morris went to Casablanca in 1972 for gender reassignment surgery, choosing a doctor experienced in the procedure.

One of the original Mercury astronauts, Glenn was chosen by NASA in a team of seven to fly America’s first space missions.

Some smaller school districts have allowed students back into the classroom, while some have chosen to go all virtual.

Jalen Smith chose to return to Maryland for his sophomore season, a decision that led to him becoming one of the best players in the Big Ten.

She hatched a plan to do head-to-head lab testing to figure out how much of a handicap she would face if she chose a different shoe.