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I wish I could have sent you a more favorable report of my interference in this painful matter.

The Black RobeWilkie Collins

The third year of the war was more favorable to the Romans, and more pernicious to the Goths.

It suggests new plans, and73 urges to more favorable shifts and expedients.

Conditions were more favorable, yet it was not to be stationary, for only two or three years.

Sixty Years of California SongMargaret Blake-Alverson

Melancholia is more favorable than mania in pregnancy, but after labor mania gives the better prognosis.

Part of the fun of sequential problem solving is mentally rewriting stories to have more favorable outcomes.

The "Old Kennet" meeting-house and its graveyard walls gave them another and yet more favorable ambush.

There never was a more favorable opportunity for you to disconnect yourself with the whole affair.

A more favorable position for reviewing and manoeuvring a large force cannot be found.

The existence of a monk in the cloister, of a prisoner in a fortress, is more favorable to the intellect than theirs.

The Intellectual Life=Philip Gilbert Hamerton

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