favouritism


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Synonyms for favouritism

Synonyms for favouritism

an inclination to favor some person or group

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Specifically, Brigham Young University's Alex Jensen found that favouritism is linked more to younger siblings' parent-child relationships than with the older siblings'.
Douvan, already challenging for favouritism for this year's Supreme after a thrilling Irish debut at Gowran Park in November, is also likely to be prohibitive odds when he faces five rivals this afternoon.
There should be an independent body for recruitment process for public sector companies in order to remove favouritism and to increase the productivity and motivation.
Sources told that the proceedings resulted due to favouritism and political pressure.
Favouritism ultimately controls the appointment procedures in many professions, including the media," stressed Amani Masoud, a professor of political sociology at Cairo University's Faculty of Economics and Political Science.
We are not speaking from the top of our heads here and we have clear evidence of favouritism in providing residents with services under the scheme," said Manama Municipal Council chairman Majeed Millad Al Jazeeri.
SAVE My Blushes got punters off to a good start at Kilbeggan last night as he justified 7/4 favouritism in the opener.
The European Commission's leading trade union, Renouveau et Democratie (R&D), has accused the EU executive of failing to apply both the rules of transparency and the rulings of the Court of First Instance (CFI) condemning favouritism with regard to promotions.
One of Britain's top industrialists has confirmed that British businesses are losing out because European nations show favouritism towards their own industries.
P WEBB of Valley asks why you -- the Daily Post -- show favouritism to me by regularly publishing my letters.
Considering public office as a benefice necessarily results in favouritism, which in turn leads to the abuse and misuse of public money, bribery, graft, influence peddling and corruption," he said.
FAVOURITISM can easily be avoided by following these simple rules, according to Parker and Stimpson.
Mock of the University of Oklahoma in Norman and his colleagues conclude from studies of eight different egg clutches "that hormonal favouritism may be a common mechanism for bird mothers to influence sibling competitiveness.
Capri (8-11) justified odds-on favouritism for the third time in as many starts when landing the Beresford Stakes at the Curragh.
New Delhi, June 18 ( ANI ): Telecom Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that the days of lobbying and favouritism are over, while stressing on the country's growth in mobile telephony and consumer welfare.