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It was an old number going back to the 1960s which found favour all over again.
'Let's Start All Over Again' found favour with the adjudicators back then - and it's now proving popular for the County Down based band.
British cheese also found favour abroad, up nine per cent to pounds 195million in 2004 compared with 2003.
A tasting of the new spirit at The Pot Still in Glasgow, a famous bar known for its collection of whiskies, last night found favour with connoisseurs.
A tasting of the new Bangalore-made spirit at The Pot Still in Glasgow, a famous bar known for its collection of whiskies, found favour with connoisseurs.
Launched at the recent Commercial Motor Show, the Autofridge transport refrigeration system has already found favour with users servicing UK food chain applications.
But the little helpers brought in by allotment holder Jason Clegg have not found favour with Kirklees Council.
But it was the energetic renditions of their Half Man Half Biscuit-influenced songs from debut Bang Bang Rock and Roll such as My Little Brother that found favour with their ecstatic Brummie fanbase.
She has won British Jazz Awards ( Rising Star and Best Female Singer ( and most tellingly, found favour on the other side of the Atlantic where the New York Times was fulsome in its praise.
The car's looks, best described as "distinctive", have not found favour with some more conservative buyers.
Already she's found favour with accomplished artists such as Lionel Richie and Chris Martin.
He said: "The move hasn't found favour with some board members and it doesn't particularly find favour with me either.