natural liking

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Jacquotte had a natural liking for cleanliness, so she kept the house neat and clean.
AFFINITY MEANS TO have a spontaneous or natural liking for something, and after shooting a few Canada geese with Franchi's Affinity 3,I see why how they named the gun: It's an easy one to shoot and it shoots well.
You feel an immediate connection to them -- a natural liking, inclination or feeling of identification.
She showed a natural liking for the medium and started looking for traditional motifs to copy.
Owing to the influence of fashion and women's natural liking for a variation of 'fine feathers',' there are few women who can claim that they always wear all their clothes until they are worn out.
It is possible that you may have a natural liking for Pakistani dishes, but you are not the only person in the world to have preferences
Turkish Van cats have a natural liking for Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 The Jordan; 2 Cycling; 3 Water; 4 Urdu and English; 5 Phil Collins; 6 Spain and Portugal; 7 International Sailing Federation; 8 Minnehoma; 9 Buddleia; 10 1973.
You can start to feel a lot more gregarious, and if you have a natural liking for clothes shopping, you may check in for some full-on retail therapy.
But I think we have a natural liking for salt in our Welsh tastebuds that predates the Industrial Revolution.
With similar climates in Colorado and Alaska, Weidner took a natural liking to the state and soon began to think about establishing his own real estate investments in the Great Land.
Owing to the influence of fashion and women's natural liking of fine feathers, there are few women who can claim that they always wear all their clothes until they are worn out.