favorably inclined

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They spoke together and La and Tarzan could see that they were not favorably inclined toward the proposition.
I could not have been more pleased with any weapon, short of a rifle, which he could have found for me, since I have been adept with the rope from early childhood; but I must confess that I was less favorably inclined toward my apparel.
Oh, nothing, but that he might get me out of this, if he were favorably inclined to me.
The banking system has to be favorably inclined toward loans that involve property and must have some appetite for risk--especially as regards the commercial loan sector.
Those favorably inclined toward the revolutionary perspective gathered on the left; on the right assembled those who viewed revolution as a permanent threat and worked to counter it.
In October 2014, the BC Government announced the final tax and royalty structure applicable to LNG operations in the area, which appears favorably inclined to ensuring growth in the area.
Bulgarians are rather favorably inclined towards the country's EU membership and Schengen accession, according to a survey of the Open Society Institute a Sofia.
Personally, I am favorably inclined toward Baker's position.
International financial institutions such as OPIC, USAID, IFC, IMF and World Bank are now favorably inclined to invest in Pakistan in line with priorities set by the government.
between 2011 and 2012, 33 percent of trade show attendees are more favorably inclined to purchase products from specific companies after they visit their exhibit.
Investors also say that now is a good time to invest in 401(k) plans (82 percent compared with 73 percent who thought it was a good time in Q4 of 2012), and they are also favorably inclined toward IRAs, with 79 percent saying it is a good time to put money in those plans compared with 72 percent who thought so in Q4 of last year.
The balance is favorably inclined toward some accommodation.