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Criminals fund political parties, shaping vote outcomes through vote buying as well as through the allocation of preferential policies and state resources after the elections.

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The icing on the cake here is Google’s preferential treatment of Pinterest.

The debate over preferential treatment for vaccinated people is one that’s loaded with many, many factors ranging from the behavioral to the ethical.

From Fortune

During recovery, it is also important to foster equity to avoid a privileged set of community members receiving preferential services.

Looking at the statistics more carefully, we see no evidence that Jews are admitted preferentially compared to other whites.

Wherever you like, but preferentially in an unfrequented quarter.

Such a sequence is therefore indicated preferentially in the Estimate Form, and next discussed.

Preferentially, too, he was not inclined to embark in matrimony.

Why should emigrants on the way of civilization settle preferentially in unfertile countries?


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to preferentially, such as: as a choice, as an alternative, as a substitute, conversely, either, and in other words.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.