Thesaurus / selective

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Along with his power surge, and perhaps contributing to it, Tatís has also become more selective about the pitches he swings at.

Van Eenennaam credits this boost in productivity to conventional selective breeding.

Interestingly, “fusion’s effect on selective censoring occurred regardless of whether the incongruent comments used offensive language.”

Since then, SDPD has said it would be selective about when it tapped into the cameras.

That’s due largely to selective breeding and other technologies.

A selective death-rate in man can not only be demonstrated but it can be actually measured.

Applied EugenicsPaul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson

Besides, we have an indirect proof of this in the very results of selective processes as, until now, they are practised.

Cadigan Exhibit No. 21 includes the selective service registration certificate we have been discussing, is that correct?

Warren Commission (7 of 26): Hearings Vol. VII (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

Curiosity is selective, going out only toward those things in which the life is interested.

Training the TeacherA. F. Schauffler

It is difficult to test these possibilities because the selective value of the taxonomic characters is unknown.

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