Wellness bloggers plump for things such as witch-hazel and aloe vera.
For clearing out dead wood from trees or fruit bushes, you’ll want to plump for something more destructive.
It means people often plump for the safest option rather than one which could have a positive impact on them.
No wonder Italians feel the system is rigged in favour of a few ageing billionaires and plump for populists like the M5S.
This season's brights work just as well with pale skin, if you know which colours to plump for and which to avoid.
Although the bulb is tinted, it is on the brighter side, so plump for a lower wattage if you prefer a gentler light.
It also favours the big parties, since those who might not be interested in politics seem unlikely to plump for an obscure option.
Plump for a private table beside the mill’s waterwheel and order a dram of the world’s oldest rum, the 50-year-old Appleton Estate.
Sporty verging on mumsy, their presence barely registers with the fasherati, who prefer to plump for the far more chic Chanel and Dior.
Big groups can book – so bag a spot for dinner at one of the communal tables in the dimly lit basement, and plump for the ‘P.P.P feast’.
But after reading the reference to the Rolling Stones in your special report on longevity (July 8th), I think I’ll plump for “Jaggernaut”.
But whichever lounger you plump for, it’ll be an addition to your garden we guarantee you won’t regret, so slap on the factor 30, lie back and relax.
But industry-watchers predict that, in the long run, America’s carriers will plump for Boeings and Europe’s will favour Airbuses, creating captive home markets.
Vegans should go topping-free (or plump for tofu), which allows more room for nourishing salads such as turmeric-roasted cauliflower in a ‘green goddess’ basil dressing with parsley and currants.
Bedrooms all have fantastic nineteenth-century carved-oak beds, and the suites are spectacular – ‘Wizard of Oz’ fans should plump for the Judy Garland room with her old bed (and replica ruby slippers).
That may favour Rabina Khan, an independent candidate endorsed by Mr Rahman, since Bangladeshi residents are more likely than others to vote, and to plump for her, reckons Ted Jeory, a local journalist.
THIRD-TERM governments are reputedly difficult for a governing party—and particularly in New Zealand’s multi-party system, in which voters plump for both a party and a candidate for their local electorate.
If you’re craving a good old-fashioned pressed compact, plump for this offering from Nars, a lightweight, luminous powder that gives a beautiful, buildable glow when swept across the face with a tapered brush.
When asked by researchers from Public Religion Research Institute if they would plump for a candidate who shared their views on abortion, less than one-quarter of white Catholics or Hispanic Catholics said they would do so.
The private hope of western diplomats is that if the peace plan is seen to work and set Macedonia back on the path of normal economic development, voters will turn away from the VMRO school of nationalism and plump for moderates in elections early next year.
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