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more favorably

adjective as in one-sided

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Republicans view the clergy more favorably than do Democrats or independents, and that is no surprise.

But the public responded much more favorably to Obama in the last two debates when he was more confrontational.

Would rationalists then be inclined to look more favorably on the Shroud?

But I want to clear myself, my Lady; I want you to think of us a little more favorably than late events may have disposed you.

You certainly thought more favorably of me then than now, Maritaa!

Since this time a number of decisions have been rendered, on the whole more favorably to the Commission.

High culture and an open top for admission of the sun, affects the fruit more favorably than any other.

Barley is more favorably affected than any other grain, by soaking twenty-four hours before sowing, and mixing with dry ashes.

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