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There is a striking incoherence in the objections which have appeared, and sometimes even from the same quarter, not much calculated to inspire a very favorable opinion of the sincerity or fair dealing of their authors.
Wyvil's favorable opinion began to waver; Francine was disgusted.
"When I left him, he was sufficiently occupied in expressing his favorable opinion of you to her Ladyship."
Let us further suppose that their country should concur, both in this favorable opinion of their merits, and in their unfavorable opinion of the convention; and should accordingly proceed to form them into a second convention, with full powers, and for the express purpose of revising and remoulding the work of the first.
The answer she received was guarded in the extreme: it did not impress her with a favorable opinion of Mr.
You appear to be so well acquainted with the favorable opinion which Miss Alicia and I entertain of each other, that I hope it will be no fresh shock to your nerves, if I inform you, in plain words, that I have come to Crickgelly to marry her."
Arnold read the note without appearing to share his friend's favorable opinion of it.
The first incident in it was not such as to give me a very favorable opinion of the place to which we had wandered.
Tom, meanwhile, had shown no disposition to rely on any one but himself, though, with a natural sensitiveness toward all indications of favorable opinion, he was glad to see his uncle Glegg look in on him sometimes in a friendly way during business hours, and glad to be invited to dine at his house, though he usually preferred declining on the ground that he was not sure of being punctual.
Though facts compelled her to judge her husband, her religious duty led her to keep up as best she could a favorable opinion of him; she showed him marked respect; honored him as the father of her child, her husband, the temporal power, as the vicar of Saint-Paul's told her.
Democrats also have a more favorable opinion of the Palestinian Arabs than Republicans.
The Hebrew Maariv newspaper yesterday said that a poll regarding the American people's position towards Israel showed they "support Israel but not its government" with 64% who say they have a favorable opinion of the Israeli people, while fewer than half (41%) have a favorable view of the Israeli government.