vote favorably

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The safety concern here was too great for me to vote favorably on this legislation without more debate," said state Rep.
Councilman Kevin O Connell, I think the comments we heard encourage us to vote favorably on this .
The deputies have vote favorably --and with some delay--for the permits for the USCG vessels, but the Navy permits are usually not put to a vote, since they involve warships and most deputies oppose their presence, since Costa Rica abolished its Army in 1948.
Indeed, when thinking about the oft-used adage that all politics is local, certainly the same can be said of food retailing, whose leaders must not only listen and respond to their customers' foremost needs and expectations, but also direct their resources toward initiatives that help make their stores the preferred candidates to inspire shoppers to vote favorably with their feet (and their wallets), while striving for long-term viability.
recommended the committee vote favorably on the trial period.
Make YOUR voice heard, and when they vote favorably for an issue that is of concern to you, thank them.
We responded that we thought at least 95 percent would vote favorably.
Weiman, MD, a former senior officer of Citibank from Greenwich, said he expects holders of at least 10 percent of the shares to vote favorably this year.
We can't and should not vote favorably on this before we have an ordinance in place," he said.
Wholesaler executives are somewhat more inclined than their chain counterparts to vote favorably, with the larger voluntaries out in front.
The Portuguese Government, Parpublica, BES, CGD, BPI and Telefonica have agreed to vote favorably on this change to the company's articles of association at the Shareholders' meeting on June 1, 2001.