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a feeling of favorable regard

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an inclination to approve

an advantage to the benefit of someone or something

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souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party

an act of gracious kindness

treat gently or carefully

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bestow a privilege upon

consider as the favorite

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3 establishes the pattern of initial `f' and an associated `my'; then come `friends, followers favourers of my right' (line 9), the close echo, here in `my loving friends' (line 53), of the start of the series, then three more rapid repetitions, `my fortunes and the people's favour' (line 54), `Friends .
when I found in the first Patent graunted by Queen Marie to the Muscovie companie, that my lord your father being then lord high Admirall of England, was one of the first favourers and furtherers, with his purse, and countenance, of the strange and wonderfull Discoverie of Russia, the chiefe contents of this present Volume, then I remembered the sage saying of sweet Isocrates, That sonnes ought not onely to be inheriters of their fathers substance, but also of their commendable vertues and honors.
At the other end of the spectrum are those hard-court favourers who are likely to really struggle on clay and these are listed at the basement of the table.
On the other hand, a Lisbon native complained to a Portuguese official in 1713: "Where now is the ancient honour and truth of the Portuguese nation, that we have become favourers of strangers, of the English, the worst and the most insolent of all strangers?
As we have discussed, diversity offers benefits like creativity, resistance against lawsuits, political favourers, better decisions, and better knowledge of markets.
also a small Book very scarce, printed in 1565, immediately after her marriage with Darnley: entitled Allegations against the surmised Title of Mary Queen of Scotts, and Favourers of the same.
had any man a wit so presently excellent, as that it could raise itself; but there must come both matter, occasion, commenders, and favourers to it.
Quite simply, "their haughty spirit could not brook the thoughts of sitting in assembly with the rivals of the English nation for power and dominion, and of receiving laws from Frenchmen, the favourers of a system of slavery and absolute government.