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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cherrypick.

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Examples

  • Thank god he is so stupid that he constantly lies and cherrypicks statistics in his arguments so that he is easy to slap away.

    Premium Medicine, Illustrated, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It wouldn't be fair if James Murphy hung it up after another perfect album that cherrypicks the best moments from the hippest record collections, backed by life-affirming beats.

    Lists: David Malitz picks his top 10 albums of 2010

  • Pardon me, but doesn't the whole notion of ID flow from the idea that living things LOOK designed (only tenable when one cherrypicks and avoids any depth of evidence)?

    Congratulations are in Order

  • We've noted several points where he cherrypicks data or is misleading.

    Riedl's Myth 5

  • Unfortunately, the newspaper cherrypicks its examples--the one Muslim, of course, who fits the preconceived narrative of victim/advocate/morally superior person of the day, complete with a new, probably foundation funded, niche guild.

    More American Muslims are going to law school.

  • Amnesty International cherrypicks cases to publicize based on ideology.

    NPR Topics: News

  • SeeSaw a British service that also cherrypicks content from across different channels and lets you watch the programmes on demand.

    Shiny Shiny

  • The package, which cherrypicks a few items from Tandberg's desktop telepresence portfolio, represents a "starter kit" for VARs looking to sell a Tandberg video solution following Cisco's acquisition of the video conferencing stalwart.

    CRN Australia - News -

  • Jeff Potter and Sean Menke enabled the Frontier people to create something that was as unique as the airline industry will let you be given its economic constraints. andrewbw wrote: Southwest cherrypicks point-to-point routes and avoids the

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Southwest cherrypicks point-to-point routes and avoids the "yoke" of subsidizing the broader coverage that full-service airlines offer.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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