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Of the other procedures, 7% chose endometrial ablation, 6% chose uterine artery embolization, less than 1% chose radiofrequency fibroid ablation or magnetic resonance-guided focused ultrasound, and none chose IUD.
QPR chose to hang on to Matt Phillips and Nottingham Forest on to Michail Antonio.
In answering the question; "Which substance is the most dangerous for our kids in today's society?" the majority of respondents 65 and older (38%) chose meth/crack as the most dangerous substances.
They chose the Whitehouse Farm site near Morpeth rather than a far-flung industrial estate, and it is uncluttered and modern.
In a recent poll conducted by Gallup, fifty-two percent chose China while 32 percent chose the United States as the world's top economic power.
We chose to stay late at night either to watch TV or to invest that time in our career.
I always chose the shortest books on my school's summer reading list and rarely finished them.
In choosing a control for the potential confounder of increasing symptoms on medication use, we chose three symptoms that are directly related (locally) to the nose: nasal obstruction, rhinorrhea, and dysosmia.