And long before the rains begin, he picks out the place for a house.
He picks out one part of the Bible as the standard for judging all the rest.
Then he steps forrard and picks out eighteen of the youngest and purtiest.
It picks out, in other words, from all the notes sounded, that which accords with it.
A man who tries to make a name for himself, but who picks out the wrong name.
He picks out a dog, and it is fastened near the gates, where it can be seen from the office.
Picks out good-looking, sensible girl eight years younger than himself, with a tidy property in her own right.
She is not exactly fast, but she dallies on the seductive verge and picks out the daintiest bits of slang.
A new village is going to be built at the place which the Coast Guard picks out along the shore as being the best site for a town.
The barber then dips the iron lamp in the water, and picks out the money as his perquisite.