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Before that, she was a biology student with a predilection for fungi, and before that a jungle-trained member of the Air Force.
The Bush women were not destined to break the mold — only to maintain it and shape it ever so gently with their own style, personality and predilections.
“You followed that precedent, and you did so as a jurist rather than following whatever personal predilection might have otherwise guided you or any other member of the panel,” Lee said.
Some of them might have a predilection for Germany; but such predilections were subordinate to a stronger feeling.
With his usual predilection for fruit, Phil went off and picked a quart of marsh-berries.
The simple unexaggerated truth is that Chopin had always a predilection for, and felt more at home among, his compatriots.
Liszt gives us all the desirable information as to Chopin's predilection in this respect.
Chopin's predilection for the fashionable salon society led him to neglect the society of artists.
Sanatogen is a nerve and tissue food for which the brain, spinal cord and the nerves have a special predilection.
The predilection for them has become so universal that now everything is to be done la Grecque.

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