One of the biggest complaints that critics have is that companies have an incentive to selectively publish data.
They huddle in each other's offices, selectively sharing intelligence about their peers' machinations, real and imagined.
His family members came to nickname him “The Nut” as a child because, they say, he was “selectively crazy.”
My father loved poetry and after his death I found several volumes, selectively dog-eared, with key parts underlined.
All grains produce lectins, which selectively bind to unique proteins on the surfaces of bacteria, fungi, and insects.
There were frequencies of other values, which would be selectively absorbed by this material and that.
Apparently just the higher functions of mankind have been interfered with, selectively.
Milly was not crudely imitative: she was selectively imitative, and for the present she had chosen Mrs. Kemp for her model.
For religious purposes the Zui appear to have selectively produced a great variety of colours in the ears of corn.
One of these facts, the weight of the atmosphere, is then selectively seized upon as the key to the entire phenomenon.