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Meanings and phrases
- showing approval; favourably
- The book was favorably reviewed.
- Orson Scott Card favorably reviewed the 1988 edition of "President Elect" for "Compute!".
- The production opened February 13, 2012 and was favorably reviewed by "The New York Times".
- Billboard reviewed the song favorably.
- Deborah Evans Price, of "Billboard" magazine reviewed the song favorably calling it one of the best ballads of the year.
- Larry Flick, of "Billboard" magazine reviewed the song favorably, saying that it is "a nice showcase for Berry's unique, country/soul voice."
- Would it view American democracy promotion in the Middle East more favorably?
- The latter, being more favorably sited on high ground, could not be put out of action.
- ", 2002), directed by Ulf Malmros and telling the story of a young football player, was more favorably received.
- The book has also been favorably compared to McGinniss's book.
- Louis Bedigian of GameZone favorably compared the game's action to that of the .
- The game was favorably compared to Reynold's previous title, "Civilization II", and Rawn Shah of IT World Canada praised the expansion for a "believable" plot.
- The song was favorably received from music critics.
- The game was also favorably received by critics.
- The film has been favorably received by multiple sources.