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History a badge or ribbon worn or given to indicate loyalty, often bestowed on a knight by a lady
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It is also mentioned that the support for the overall quality of democracy at the end of the government's third Year was greater amongst urban section of the country's population, with fifty-eight percent of the respondents from urban areas looking favourably upon it, in comparison to forty-seven percent of the respondents in Pakistan's rural areas.
London: Fitch Ratings says its proposal to introduce a new derivative counterparty rating (DCR) scale for banks is driven by developments in bank resolution frameworks that mean different types of bank senior creditor may be treated more favourably in a resolution process than others.
to point across our car parks favourably private A council spokesperson said: "We need to try to control demand across our car parks and there is currently very high demand at the Town Hall and Navigation Street car parks which will no longer have the 'shoppers' rate.
There are whispers Webb (below) will look favourably upon calls for his return, but only after looking favourably on Manchester United.
Unison says the plans would allow chief officers to be treated more favourably than other staff.
Among the public as a whole in the fallout from the pair's bust-up over extremism in schools, 16 per cent viewed Mrs May favourably and nine per cent Mr Gove.
But the region fared favourably to only three others - Scotland, the South West and Yorkshire - and was the third worst-performing area over a five-year period, with 5.4 per cent growth.
Summary: Iran "favourably welcomes" a Russian plan to head off threatened US strikes on Syria by ...
Out of those surveyed, 55 percent viewed Clinton favourably, while 38 percent viewed her unfavourably.
A FORMER Sefton council legal director who is now claiming unfair dismissal and sex discrimination was treated "extremely favourably", the chief executive insisted.
Pregnant employees and those on maternity leave should only be treated more favourably than male colleagues to the extent that this is necessary in order to remove the disadvantages caused by their condition.