predilection


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a predisposition in favor of something

a strong liking

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For evaluation of age predilection with edentulism we further divided subjects into 4 groups.
Conclusion: It is concluded from the current study that salivary gland tumorsin the study population affect a younger age group with slight female predilection. The main gland affected by PA and MEC is parotid while minor salivary glands (mainly mostly palate)are involved by AdCC.
Roger Charlton's filly - like Predilection owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah - has been hugely impressive on both starts and is already hot favourite for next year's 1,000 Guineas.
Diet, extend of usage of masticatory system, genetic and racial predilection are all factors that influence the jaw and tooth size and structure.
He said triathlon is increasing in popularity in Bahrain due to the youngsters' special predilection for this sport which includes swimming, cycling and running.
Among the rare presentations are cutaneous ALLMs, which manifest as 1- to 4-cm asymptomatic, acquired, solitary, subcutaneous nodules that have a strong predilection for males.
The 103 passengers traveling to Santa Clara showed their predilection for the beaches of the northern cays of Villa Clara, in addition to other attractions linked to the culture and history of this part of the island, the Cubadebate Web site reported.
Let's start with predictive marketing, a current financial services buzzword and predilection's forerunner.
Yannick Agnel, double champion olympique 2012, s'alignera finalement sur 200m en individuel, sa distance de predilection, lors des Mondiaux de Barcelone.
Prior studies confirmed the antidepressant effects of voltage-dependent calcium channel agonists in mice; a mutation that blocks such channels would be a logical underpinning for an inherited predilection toward depression and, perhaps, other disorders.
aACoeI think a really important aspect of our mission as leaders of this organisation is to train the next generation of healthcare providers and people who are from this region have a predilection to dedication and compassion and care for this region [because] its home.
Call it rust, copper, auburn or indeed ginger, whatever your particular predilection this most vivid of barnets has never been more popular.
Commander Peter Spindler said the DJ and Jim'll Fix It host had "a predilection for teenage girls".
ITV, 1974-1977 PAUL McCartney was once famously described as Fab Macca Wacky Thumbsaloft by Smash Hits magazine in the '80s, thanks to his predilection for always flashing a double thumbs-up at any waiting photographers.
Now, we all know the predilection of this buffoon to cause embarrassment to vehicle manufacturers, but with the economy of this region and the country in general depending on the success of such an important project, I would only hope that this was the kind of joke we have come to expect from the BBC presenter.