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favour

(US), favor
History a badge or ribbon worn or given to indicate loyalty, often bestowed on a knight by a lady
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It has been asked why it was thought necessary, that the State magistracy should be bound to support the federal Constitution, and unnecessary that a like oath should be imposed on the officers of the United States, in favor of the State constitutions.
15 February 2018 - Texas, US-based food retailer H-E-B is acquiring Texas, US-based on-demand delivery service Favor Delivery, the company said.
The great majority of Americans are in favor of more stringent regulation of the sale and ownership of guns in three ways that go beyond current law in most states.
In 2016, 74% were in favor of progressive programs aired by PTV, while 25% were not favor of them.
Favor in Fort Worth and San Marcos will cost a USD5 fee plus 5 percent of the cost of the items.
A majority of Americans -- 56 percent -- favor requiring fast food restaurants to post calorie amounts on menus, while 54 percent favor the calorie postings at sit-down restaurants and 52 percent favor the labels at prepared food counters at grocery stores.
Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi won the vote of confidence with 227 votes in favor, 38 votes against, and 18 abstentions to become the intelligence minister.
A dramatic 71 percent in that category said that they would be inclined to favor the individual over the insurance company.
com/documents/suzy-favor-hamilton-136952) report by The Smoking Gun, Favor Hamilton is charging $600-an-hour while working for one of Las Vegas' top escort services and her continued work with family-entertainment conglomerate Disney.
I don't ask this favor lightly and I don't want you to treat it lightly.
The first article of the bill amending Article 10 of the Constitution on the Principle of Equality received 332 votes in favor against 75.
A favor de puede tener tres significados diferentes: "en beneficio o provecho de alguien": El tiempo corria a favor del acusado.