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A16 332 To put in a new light which is independently switched, there are two choices for the wiring.

A5H 144 There are two choices of engine for the Discovery.

AA8 239 Working mothers are faced with two choices: follow the male career route and spend little time with their children or sacrifice their prospects, knowing that working part time means low status and low wages.

ACR 2456 Here, the operator has two choices.

AJA 629 The two Choices — both 11-year-olds but unrelated despite the name similarity — won their races in the same front-running style and finished in identical times.

AKR 956 Like many patriotic Indians of his generation, Pillai was faced with two choices: whether to join the Congress party or one of the Imperial Services — the Indian Army or the Indian Civil Service (ICS).

AL7 354 The hotel is luxurious and elegant, offering two choices of restaurants, Langtry's English Restaurant and Sir Edward Elgar Restaurant.

B20 1527 He had two choices.

B21 397 You have two choices: one is to indulge in jealousy, the other is to make a statement to yourself:

BM2 942 To remind the reader of the nature of these two choices they are repeated below.

BM2 943 The Two Choices Restated

BPA 2045 As I see it we've got two choices.

C8F 1189 From this position there are two choices.

C92 1006 There are two choices available in this respect.

C9H 1589 Well, there would be two choices open: Melodic Minor and Harmonic Minor.

C9M 994 ‘So I had two choices.

C9Y 232 Each day offers two choices at each mealtime, including a vegetarian option.

CA5 2049 NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) suggests that if we give ourselves one option, we become a robot; with two choices, we have a dilemma; but with three or more options, we have a choice.

CAJ 1377 As the great surge of modernism finally seemed to grind to a halt, artists and public were apparently offered two choices: either to celebrate postmodern confusion, or to turn back to older and more insular traditions.

CAN 1320 Of relevance to our discussion here are two choices facing the company about new forms of work organisation associated with the new technology.

CD0 647 Generally you have two choices: where your debtor lives or carries on his business, or where the debt was incurred.

CD0 648 Sometimes there can be other considerations such as where the cause of action arose, but these are the main two choices.

CD3 189 Again, the undertaker offered two choices to the client: outright purchase of all the accoutrements or the hire thereof.

CE4 404 This means you have two choices to make — not only a suitable colour for the mounting card but also the background to go with it.

CEE 1468 The anorexic who has achieved her emaciated state is faced with two choices: she can relax her control and surrender her will, thus admitting defeat; or she can allow herself to die of starvation, thus gaining her paradoxical victory.

CL1 76 Many believe it is tough for a black person to make it and that leaves them two choices.

CLG 1298 Over £3,250 a year, you have two choices: you can pay tax on the whole lot, less £3,250, or you can pay tax on the whole lot, less allowable expenses.

CRC 1892 If Mr Kravchuk listens to their counsel, he has two choices.

EBR 416 Women today are considered to have two choices — to work or to stay at home.

EF8 348 In fact, in situations that allow more than two choices, and use both terms, young children seldom make errors at all.

EW4 478 A voter who gives a first-preference vote and a second-preference vote to Fianna Fail candidates and a third-preference vote to a Fine Gael candidate is really asking with his first two choices that Fianna Fail should win the election and with his third that Fine Gael should prevail.

EX5 804 If you have overseas students in the room below who cook curry at all hours, you really have only two choices: learn to enjoy curry or try to get a room change.

F8A 397 One menu should be a four course table d'hote with two choices for each course plus vegetables.

F8A 500 It, it actually says to you two choices for each course.

FAV 953 Two choices exist, either to sell the material for scrap or use it as a substitute.

FUK 640 If that's the marketplace that we're in then we we've got two choices.

H89 670 But when society closes off all other opportunities there are only two choices for the eunuchs: dancing and prostitution.

H8M 1864 So you got two choices: either you send someone to look for these clowns, or you say, ‘Oh well, I don't know, something must have happened, and I'll forget all about it.

HGM 925 It didn't take her long to decide she had precisely two choices — well, one, really, because even though it wasn't cold it would look wrong to go out in thin cotton to the sort of party he was talking about.

HLL 912 The new conditions offered no incentive payment to encourage banks to sign early, and gave them only two choices:(i) to exchange their loans for 30-year bonds with a discounted face value of 35 per cent; or (ii) to exchange loans for "par" bonds, denominated in either US dollars or German marks, which carried pre-set concessional interest rates.

HPU 1464 Basically there are two choices here, between "open-ended" and "closed" or "fixed-alternative" questions.

HR4 1929 ‘I said I said it to Arnie we had two choices: that file on the committee table or Crocus had never happened and surely wasn't happening now.

HTH 1101 And Grimma said, We have two choices, viii.

HXW 1106 People who owned such land at the time that pressure for development came upon it — whether industrial or residential; indeed obviously, the two went together — were faced with two choices.

JY8 4207 So, if those are the only two choices, I must take the jade.’

K5M 2518 You have got two choices in Edinburgh — it's either the Salvation Army or Greyfriars hostel and that's it.

K8T 1610 Charlie had left me with only two choices: I could try to run the baker's shop myself and give up any thought of taking a degree, or I could sell out to the highest bidder.

KCP 5080 he said that will all look bad on him he said if he sold it and er don't I, he, he said he's got two choices, he either sells that car and pays off the loan in both your names or he, he sells that car and gives you half

KCX 8851 Well he's got two choices, he can either eat them or starve.

KRL 2114 Because at the end of the day, at the end of the negotiations, we were left with the two choices either the our budget reduced by half a million, which is point one six per cent— right — that budget or the Labour budget.