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Hand-picked recruits were invited to rural England for basic infantry and junior command training.

Then came the demands for ideological purity—and hand-picked staff.

After all, the company—which employs 4,000 hand-picked employees—has reportedly reaped in revenue upwards of $160 million.

The negotiations were heavily compartmentalized, the teams hand-picked, the stakes high.

The latter was scouted walking the streets of London and hand-picked by stylist Julian Ganio for a GQ Style shoot.

The gun in his hand picked them out at quarters too close for a miss, starting with the cop who had jumped to catch Randolph.

The leaves are hand picked, dried and often ground to powder.

The coffees are graded as caracollilo (peaberry), primero (hand-picked), segundo (second grade), trillo (low grade).

The group composing this squadron is made up of "hand-picked" boys who are qualifying for squad-leader positions.

Then she recovered herself, and with trembling hand picked up her sewing again.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hand-picked, such as: best, excellent, preferred, prime, superior, and 10.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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