He also said he had discussed the formula with Lee Thomas, and it did "not find favor
with him' either.
Online support programs did, however, find favor
among the younger, Net-savvy age groups.
With its fluid writing this book will find favor
with members of the public looking to increase their knowledge of the topic, though readers should be warned that the book is filled with more military history of the Napoleonic era than Egyptian history.
The biggest difference between book and film is in their tones: Rowling's book is very cheeky in its writing, while Columbus' film is more melancholy in its execution, which could prove to be the major difference in defining the film's ability to find favor
The service is expected to find favor
with a broad spectrum of companies that have peaks and valleys in their need for supercomputing power.
Despite such radical concepts, the game should find favor
among the twitchy-fingered teens who love the genre.
We believe that similar solutions will find favor
at other sites, and in view of this we believe it is also under serious consideration by our colleagues at the National Blood Transfusion Service.