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favorable position

noun advantage, edge, favorrble opportunity, handicap, head start, high road, inside track, point of vantage, strategic advantage, superior situation, upper hand, winning position
Foreign phrases: Favorabilia in lege sunt, fiscus, dos, vita, libertas.Things which are favorably considered in law are the treasury, dower, life, and liberty. Favorabiliores rei, potius quam actores, habentur. The condition of the deeendant shall be favored, rather than that of the plaintiff.
See also: advantage, edge
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Investment in the region s infrastructure, proximity to Marcellus Shale, and location along the Northeast corridor contribute to a favorable position to serve energy markets.
The Mustangs have a critical doubleheader at second-place Point Loma Nazarene today, possibly needing a split to keep themselves in favorable position.
We've earned a favorable position among our distributors because of our aggressive price strategy," Cook concluded.
Arguably, taxpayers in this situation will not be using hindsight, because they have not yet filed a return and should not be put in a less favorable position than similarly situated taxpayers that have not yet filed a copy of Form 3115 with the IRS National Office.
Joseph Kennedy (D-MA)--224 indicated a favorable position on the Special Occupational Tax issue, with seven saying they would "help" on the issue, and two offering to write letters in support of NBWA's position.
The notice also indicates that, to be consistent with the policy of encouraging voluntary compliance with proper tax accounting principles, the agent will not initiate an accounting method change if the change places the taxpayer in a more favorable position.
But others without the experience, he said, aren't in such a favorable position.
Developers that have received explicit IRS consent for a prior more favorable position may continue to use that position (i.