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favor

(Act of kindness), noun accommodation, act of generosity, act of grace, benefaction, beneficium, benefit, benevolence, benignity, boon, bounty, charity, courtesy, friendly turn, good deed, good service, good turn, grace, indulgence, kind act, philanthropy

favor

(Partiality), noun approval, attachment, bent, bias, disposition, favoritism, fondness, kind regard, leaning, liking, partisanship, penchant, predilection, preference, preferential treatment, prejudice, proclivity, proneness, propensity
Associated concepts: challenge to the favor, favored legislaaion, favored treatment

favor

(Sanction), noun abetment, advancement, aegis, aid, approbation, approval, assistance, auspices, backing, benefaction, championship, cooperation, encouragement, endorsement, espousal, fosterage, furtherance, good opinion, help, leave, patronage, permission, sponsorship, subscription, support

favor

verb advance, advocate, afford advantages, aid, approve, assist, back, be biased, be favorable to, be indullent toward, be partial to, be prejudiced, befriend, benefit, bolster, boost, champion, countenance, deal with gently, ease, encourage, endorse, facilitate, fancy, favere, further, grant favors to, gratify, help, make easier, prefer, promote, regard with favor, regard with kindness, sanction, show consideraaion for, show favor to, show unfair bias, studere, succor, suffragari, support, treat differently, treat with partiality
Associated concepts: favored beneficiary
See also: accept, accommodate, advance, advantage, advocate, agree, approval, approve, assent, assistance, auspices, behalf, benefit, benevolence, bounty, capitalize, complexion, concede, concur, conduce, countenance, deign, discriminate, embrace, espouse, estimation, foster, franchise, further, gift, goodwill, grace, grant, gratuity, help, honor, indorsement, indulgence, inequity, largess, leave, lenience, let, license, nepotism, option, partiality, pass, patronage, patronize, permission, permit, predilection, predisposition, prefer, present, preserve, prestige, privilege, promote, propensity, recommend, regard, respect, sanction, service, side, sponsor, support, token, uphold
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Founded in 2013, in Austin, Texas, Favor has grown to over 50,000 Runners and has delivered more than 8m Favors to-date.
A similar Gallup question in 1999 found 79% of Americans in favor of "the registration of all firearms" as a means of reducing the amount of gun violence.
Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi gathered 260 votes in favor, 18 votes against and six abstentions, and was named the minister of health, treatment and medical education.
For those in the $50,000 to $100,000 bracket, 11 percent say they would favor the insurer; 17 percent would favor neither side, and 11 percent don't know.
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reached a verdict in favor of the defendants, rejecting the plaintiff's argument that exposure to welding fumes caused Parkinson's disease.
Today, the "Grand Old Party" (GOP) favors a more-limited government, lower taxes, and a strong military.
In addition, the Court found in CoStar's favor on Blount's unfair competition claim.
First, a majority of the factors do not actually favor any one of the residences as being the principal residence: the location of M's and E's recreational and other activities do not favor Wisconsin.
Five of the letters were in favor of both proposals while two were against both.
Just add Suzy Favor Hamilton to the Prefontaine Classic and you have a recipe for few dull moments.