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Meanings and phrases
- an act of gracious kindness; favor
- an advantage to the benefit of someone or something; favor
- an inclination to approve; favor
- a feeling of favorable regard; favor
- souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party; party favor; party favour; favor
- consider as the favorite; favor
- treat gently or carefully; favor
- promote over another; prefer; favor
- bestow a privilege upon; privilege; favor
- seek favor by fawning or flattery; curry favor; curry favour; court favor
- seek favor by fawning or flattery; curry favor; court favor; court favour
- souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party; party favor; favor; favour
- Five Australian Democrats senators voted in favour.
- The vestry meeting had voted in favour, 69 to 3.
- All 46 delegates voted in favour of Suker's candidature.
- The court ruled in favour of the prosecution on all counts.
- The Court ruled in favour of the African Football Governing body.
- The High Court ruled in favour of the hospital on 20 February 2018.
- He did eventually participate in the 1997 campaign that led to a narrow vote in favour.
- Viewers cast their vote in favour of the contestants they would like to save from eviction.
- John Efford, a cabinet minister who recently opposed SSM decided to vote in favour of C-38.
- However, in later years this was abandoned in favour of String Theory.
- Therefore, this theory was very soon abandoned in favour of other explanations.
- Recently, the V configuration has been abandoned in favour of straight engines.
- Following the Bolton match he was dropped in favour of Sørensen.
- Jamie Mallender and Rolf Munkes were dropped in favour of Magnus Rosen and Dario Mollo.
- He played in the first seven games before being dropped in favour of Kidd, who took over for the next eight games.
- The resolution was adopted with 140 votes in favour and 11 abstentions.
- It passed with 261 votes in favour, 22 votes against and 16 abstentions.
- On 5 August, Yingluck was elected prime minister with 296 votes in favour.
- Another constitutional referendum was held in 1968, with 92% voting in favour.
- However, in 1972 he was dismissed by Wilson for voting in favour of entry into the Common Market.
- A referendum in March had resulted in a large majority (81%) voting in favour of replacing the sultanate with a republic.
- In July 2009, a British court found in favour of Asda.
- The council found in favour of Bernard and their judgment was confirmed by the pope.
- By late 1053 Ealdred was once more in royal favour.
- The fifth Earl of Crawford rose high in royal favour.
- He submitted to the King and was restored to royal favour.
- He decided in favour of Innocent II.
- The arbitrators of the case, by a majority, decided in favour of Mercator.
- Although the legal case took nine years to resolve, it was decided in favour of Baron Clinton.
- With "comparative advantage" Ricardo argued in favour of industry specialisation and free trade.
- Tupper argued in favour of a strong central government as a second best to a pure legislative union.
- He also argued in favour of a law establishing the general maximum, thus introducing price controls.