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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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The question rises here is that, is it the failures of government to protect its minorities or the Fundamentalists are not in favorer of non-Muslim human in their country?
Some march in favorer of the Gulf Cooperation Council deal, others march against the deal but the largest group march against the regime and the political opposition who signed the agreement with Saleh.
She considered what she knew of Frankie Renner: a severe kid, uptight about his grades, a blinker and a stutterer, a favorer of hooded sweatshirts in muted colors, a submitter of tests wrinkled by palm sweat, undoubtedly a target for ass-kicking by multiple groups.