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Police denied favouritism towards Davis, who was an ewok in Return of the Jedi, after the theft from his home in Yaxley, Cambs.
Douvan, already challenging for favouritism for this year's Supreme after a thrilling Irish debut at Gowran Park in November, is also likely to be prohibitive odds when he faces five rivals this afternoon.
She was eased a point by Ladbrokes to share favouritism with Miss France and Tapestry at 6-1.
Children are quick to notice your favouritism, and a child who feels left out will suffer a devastating blow to their confidence.
Sources told that the proceedings resulted due to favouritism and political pressure.
Police officers' sons and relatives gained the upper hand thanks to wealth and favouritism.
What I find as a former regular in one of the antecedent regiments of the Royal Welsh - the Royal Welch Fusiliers - is the unbelievable naivety shown by the MP for Cardiff Central who has said that any favouritism being shown to Scottish regiments was in her words, "categorically rubbish".
A GOVERNMENT body has been accused of favouritism in the way it handles the housing applications of needy families.
SAVE My Blushes got punters off to a good start at Kilbeggan last night as he justified 7/4 favouritism in the opener.
One of Britain's top industrialists has confirmed that British businesses are losing out because European nations show favouritism towards their own industries.
P WEBB of Valley asks why you -- the Daily Post -- show favouritism to me by regularly publishing my letters.
Considering public office as a benefice necessarily results in favouritism, which in turn leads to the abuse and misuse of public money, bribery, graft, influence peddling and corruption," he said.