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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.
Founded in 2013, in Austin, Texas, Favor has grown to over 50,000 Runners and has delivered more than 8m Favors to-date.
Because presumably it is, which means, you won't often ask it unless you've earned some favors in the favor bank already.
In the new setup, the company will continue to provide baby shower gifts and favors in addition to a whole new product line.
If you're looking for ways to save a little green, consider doing your wedding favors AMERICAN FORESTS-style.
Hence, a political machine based on pork, political favors, and protectionism.
Today, the "Grand Old Party" (GOP) favors a more-limited government, lower taxes, and a strong military.
He favors progressive rates in which those who make the most pay higher marginal rates, but he faults liberals for giving short shrift to classical economic theorists who say that lower rates will bring greater wealth, more opportunities, and more overall income.
Solemn wills, on the other hand, show a taste for extravagant rhetoric and a marked preoccupation with doing what was considered proper, including posthumous acts of charity and favors to distant persons.
Jerry Favors, editor of the Jerry Favors Analysis Newsletter (www.
The same poll showed that by 58 percent to 28 percent, voters would be less likely to support a candidate who favors vouchers.