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It is a day full of choices and it's up to each individual whether or not they take advantage of all the things available to do to pass the time happily.
James March, Chief Executive Officer of the BGWA said the Trust Mark was about providing consumers with certainty of authenticity in what is a market full of choice.
Brown Thomas fashion director Shelly Corkery said: "The contrast of punk and minimalism, boy and girl, past and future presents a season full of choice.
It avoided playing the uncomfortable role of overturning a legislative solution four decades in the making, full of choices and tradeoffs among competing approaches and goals.
FROM petal perfect roses to wild meadow daisies, there's a world full of choice when finding the right wedding flowers.
YOUR chart is full of choices and decisions at the moment Aquarius and even though you don't have any real pressure on you to make them now you want to make haste.
Your chart is full of choices and decisions at the moment Aquarius and even though you don't have any real pressure on you to make them now you want to make haste.
For the adults, the food was top notch and the lamb alone was worth the trip north, while the morning buffet was plentiful and full of choice.