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WordPress 3 - I want only selected post on home page

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Hi,
By default all the new posts are displayed on the home page. Is there a way to change this to show only selected posts on the page? The admin should have the option while adding / editing a post to publish on the home page.

I believe only changing the loop in the index.php or home.php won't help, there should be a way to select these posts in the admin as well.

Please guide.

Thanks
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Fantastic, thanks.
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