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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfavorablefa‧vor‧a‧ble /ˈfeɪvərəbəl/ adjective  x-refthe American spelling of favourable
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favorableThree years ago, circumstances were more favorable.Responses from audiences have been overwhelmingly favorable.So, armed with consultants' reports on the favorable economic impact, they offer to provide buildings or infrastructure.Banks are now offering favorable financing terms.This allows the project to be granted favorable investment and taxation provisions, including the full repatriation of profits.He clearly viewed my sharp nose and dark beard in a more favorable light than the starlets had.Navarrete attributed the more favorable portrayals to talks La Raza had with network executives after the 1992 study.The Lakers had a 77-percent favorable rating.They expect a favorable ruling from the court.Spinoffs have recently become all the rage, fueled by favorable tax treatment and evidence that shareholders benefit.Only 16 percent expressed a favorable view.
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