Some articles on choices, choice:

Mass Effect 3 - Synopsis - Extended Cut
... The three original ending choices have been modified to include a varying narration provided by Hackett (Destroy), Shepard (Control), or EDI (Synthesis) along with ... The Extended Cut also provides a fourth ending, triggered by either refusing the Catalyst's choices, or attempting to kill it when the player resumes control of Shepard ...
Seafood Choices Alliance
... The Seafood Choices Alliance is a program of the nonprofit ocean conservation organization, SeaWeb ... the disparate elements and diverse approaches in a growing "seafood choices" movement in the United States and expanded into Europe in 2005 ... Seafood Choices Alliance works to promote sustainable seafood and to make the seafood industry socially, environmentally and economically sustainable ...
Leona E. Tyler - Work
... She focused on the construct of organized choices in the late 1950s ... This research led to the study of how choices organized peoples' lives ... She developed the Choice Pattern Technique, that required people to indicate their construals of occupations and free-time activities ...
Camp Ramah In Canada - Activities - Chug
... Choices include woodworking, ceramics, arts and crafts, beading, photography, hip hop dance, rock climbing, newspaper, and radio, but the choices change every ... More eccentric choices of the past have been cartooning, mad science, nature survival, and rhythmic gymnastics ...
Choices Magazine
... Choices is an online peer-reviewed magazine published by the Agricultural Applied Economics Association (AAEA) for readers interested in the policy and management of agriculture, the food industry, natural resources ... Choices is published quarterly and is available free online ...

Famous quotes containing the word choices:

    I long for a land that does not yet exist, a place where women are valued both for their intellects and their motherhood and where choices between career and nurturing are somehow less stark.
    —“Where Mothers Matter,” New York Times Magazine (February 20, 1994)

    Activities that seem to represent choices are often inert reproductions of accepted practice.
    Shoshana Zuboff (b. 1951)

    Far too often the choices reality proposes are such as to take away one’s taste for choosing.
    Jean Rostand (1894–1977)