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The servant who showed her the way to the garden was not favorably impressed by the new pupil: Francine's temper asserted itself a little too plainly in her face.
Hardyman to speak favorably of me," she said, with a pert little laugh.
In writing to my mother, I have been careful to report favorably of my health and spirits.
The Dogs listened favorably to these proposals, and, entering the den of the Wolves, they were set upon and torn to pieces.
At the first sight the boy did not impress them favorably.
The truth is, that science is not favorably regarded in that country, it is still in a backward state; and moreover, certain Spaniards, not by any means the least educated, did not form a correct estimate of the bulk of the projectile compared with that of the moon.
These plays were to exert a strong influence on Shakspere's early comedies, probably suggesting to him: the use of prose for comedy; the value of snappy and witty dialog; refinement, as well as affectation, of style; lyric atmosphere; the characters and tone of high comedy, contrasting so favorably with the usual coarse farce of the period; and further such details as the employment of impudent boy-pages as a source of amusement.
Hoping to hear favorably from you soon, I remain, "Respectfully yours, "Jeremiah O.
There's no doubt our society is still so barbarous (it's not the same in England) that very many"--and among these were those whose opinion Alexey Alexandrovitch particularly valued--"look favorably on the duel; but what result is attained by it?
Synopsis: Thirty-seven percent of Americans view the Republican Party favorably and 39% view the Democratic Party favorably.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A mere 28% of Americans currently view the Republican Party favorably, down a full ten points from 38% in just a month according to a new Gallup poll.
According to that June 2013 UT/TT Poll, 56 percent of Tea Party Republicans viewed Cornyn favorably.