“cherry-picking” evidence, the state chooses to believe the investigators; Morris sides with the military officer.
But “450 percent more deaths” sounds scarier, and cherry-picking the worst outcomes is more likely to make headlines.
cherry-picking Miranda would be a crippling blow to the rising opposition.
Often their religion is self-taught, cherry-picking slogans from the religious texts or, these days, from videos on the Web.
Stacey accused the Family Research Council of cherry-picking her findings.
And one competitor says his agency will try to do some cherry-picking.
David, I think you are cherry-picking the years of comparison.
to choose the best items from a selection for oneself, often in an unfair manner
The selection of only what is most helpful to one's case: The Justice Department report on the Waco raid was cherry-picking (1990s+)
To select the best and most profitable elements; pick and choose: When a bank fails, a healthy competitor often buys it and cherry-picks the safest and most profitable loans/ Small insurance companies survive by cherry-picking their clients (1990s+)