Choose may refer to:
- Choice, the act of judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one of them for action
- Binomial coefficient, a mathematical function describing number of possible selections of subsets ('seven choose two')
- Morra (game), a hand game sometimes referred to as Choose
Other articles related to "choose":
... interactive anti-knife crime campaign films Choose a Different Ending and Who Killed Deon, which won over sixty awards, including several golds and the inaugural Grand Prix for Good at the Cannes Lions, plus golds ... Director Award for Best European Web Film for Choose a Different Ending and Who Killed Deon was ranked 'most awarded TV campaign in the world' by Campaign magazine in January 2012 ... hard to be sickened by anything on TV - but when the stabbed guy realises he's dying (if you choose that option), my stomach turned ...
... Choose Your Own Adventure The Abominable Snowman is a 2006 animated interactive DVD movie, based on the Choose Your Own Adventure gamebook of the same name by R ...
... Choose Love is the 13th studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 2005 ... did not include some celebrity guests and Choose Love does not deviate from the formula it features Billy Preston and Chrissie Hynde as its most notable guests ... Choose Love was initially released as a dual disc (CD on side, DVD on the other), with the DVD component featuring bonus features on the making of the album ...
... of playable species are available for the player to choose from, some limited to their factions ... this system, for example, a Chiss - which by default can only choose the non-Sith classes - could choose to become a Sith, or a Sith Pureblood - which ... Along the same vein, both species, which are restricted to the Empire, could even choose the option of fighting for the Republic, including training as a Jedi ...
Famous quotes containing the word choose:
“An artist is a creature driven by demons. He dont know why they choose him and hes usually too busy to wonder why. He is completely amoral in that he will rob, borrow, beg, or steal from anybody and everybody to get the work done.”
—William Faulkner (18971962)
“Even though I had let them choose their own socks since babyhood, I was only beginning to learn to trust their adult judgment.. . . I had a sensation very much like the moment in an airplane when you realize that even if you stop holding the plane up by gripping the arms of your seat until your knuckles show white, the plane will stay up by itself. . . . To detach myself from my children . . . I had to achieve a condition which might be called loving objectivity.”
—Anonymous Parent of Adult Children. Ourselves and Our Children, by Boston Womens Health Book Collective, ch. 5 (1978)
“I will not choose what many men desire,
Because I will not jump with common spirits,
And rank me with the barbarous multitudes.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)