favorably disposed

See: partial
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Though he expected that the story of his escapade would be already known in Moscow and that the ladies about his father- who were never favorably disposed toward him- would have used it to turn the count against him, he nevertheless on the day of his arrival went to his father's part of the house.
But Rodney could never resist making trial of the sympathies of any one who seemed favorably disposed, and Denham's praise had stimulated his very susceptible vanity.
I cannot say that I was favorably disposed toward that attachment at the time," replied Miss Garth.
The Air Force was not favorably disposed to morphing the F-111 into a strategic bomber replacement.
34-year old Yobo, is a free agent after he was released by Turkish champions Fenerbache and a top source has said the highly experienced central defender is favorably disposed to rounding up a career that has covered over 17 years, taking him to England, France, Belgium and Turkey.
While 21 percent are very favorably disposed toward her, 36 percent say they have a very unfavorable impression.
Employees are accessible and are favorably disposed to buy.
Sitel was also biased in the manner in which it reported about the political parties' activities, being very favorably disposed toward the governing party and very negative and critical of SDSM.
While the regime seemed favorably disposed towards alleviating the people's suffering, continued firing by armed elements hampered the relief process, the same Relief Campaign spokesperson concluded.
His approach is that once his law office gains a reputation for filing suits by sincere and committed plaintiffs, courts will be more favorably disposed towards their cases.
The prime minister was favorably disposed towards the idea.
Fortunately, many states are more favorably disposed to involvement by agents than is HHS.