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Employees complained, anonymously, to BuzzFeed News that having come to work for a young female founder one called “so inspiring,” they instead found Haney presiding over a dysfunctional culture of favoritism.

The city has been going through months of preparation to consider new bids for the deal, which involves a complex process designed to limit concerns about favoritism.

Even where we remove a judge for favoritism in deciding a case, for example, we have no standing to undo the biased decision itself.

It can automatically set team schedules, taking a task that can be rife with favoritism or bias and making it a bit more standardized.

There is no favoritism in the universe, but all have the same everlasting facilities for growth.

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The sort of favoritism which McClellan showed to Porter was notorious in the army.

Any semblance of favoritism in a government is a sure means of alienating the trust and affection of a part of its dependants.

There was no question, no judgment required, no opportunity for favoritism, no chance for reserve.

Why, would be difficult to say on any other hypothesis than that of favoritism.

Whilst the royal favorite controlled the king's councils, favoritism and intrigue ruled the day.

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