With my aversion to this cat, however, its partiality
for myself seemed to increase.
She spoke to Henry Tilney on the subject, regretting his brother's evident partiality
for Miss Thorpe, and entreating him to make known her prior engagement.
Pierre had but to show a partiality
for anything to get just what he liked done always.
I might point to the profound intellectual depth of certain pieces as its characteristic, or, equally, to the traces here and there of an apparent carelessness of workmanship; or, yet again, to the new and very marked partiality
for scenes and situations of English and modern rather than medieval and foreign life.
Every person made some malicious comment or other on the occasion, and reflected on the partiality
of the justice.
Meanwhile, the Islamabad administration, on directives of the Interior Ministry, asked the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to share evidences regarding its partiality
in the upcoming local government (LG) elections.
He said that he had discussed the issues of partiality
and favouritism in the local bodies' elections with Asif Karmani and other high-ups of the party but tickets were issued to land mafias and their supporters.
Even in small ways, partiality
and preferential treatment--especially based on ethnicity, class, or nationality--is dangerous.
He had leveled allegations of irregularities and partiality
against the four members of the ECP.
We don't have any problem with this concept but then there should be no partiality
Come on Barry, it's time to park your partiality
due to your family connection with the elder Miliband firmly in the past.
Jewish community leaders expressed "grave concern" about the perceived partiality
of the conference, which organizers said was "a ground-breaking historical event on the road towards justice and peace in historic Palestine.