Magee then cherry-picked
the trades, disproportionately allocating profitable trades to his accounts and unprofitable trades to his clients accounts, reaping substantial profits for himself at his clients expense.
Lynch and De Luce report that the effort by the Trump White House to make public cherry-picked
intelligence about Houthi-fired missiles is intended to influence not just a domestic audience but also opinion at the United Nations.
Was she referring to the millions who don't get cherry-picked
by grammar schools?
As for the rest of us, don't be fooled by cherry-picked
Hand-picking is replaced with pre-sorted, cherry-picked
tubes delivered within 60 sec.
Around 75 school leavers will be cherry-picked
from across the UK to begin a six-year programme starting from September.
He went on to say that the article cherry-picked
through scientific literature to come to its conclusions.
This is a major brand that is a part of our identity, a very successful brand, cherry-picked
and taken to a different part of the UK.
Pruett also wrote directly to Dobson, telling him, "You cherry-picked
a phrase to shore up highly, in my view, discriminatory purposes.
When they ranked global warming dead last on their list of cost-effective spending priorities, critics alleged that he had cherry-picked
The former ``X-Files'' star cherry-picked
experiences from his own childhood, including memories of the Women's House of Detention, which gives the movie its title.
A senior analyst believes that production of objective intelligence at CIA will soon be as dead as the dodo, to be replaced by a cherry-picked
product like that used by the administration to support its incursion into Iraq.