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an animal is said to be favoring a leg when it avoids putting all of its weight on the limb. A part of being lame in a limb.
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Founded in 2013, Favor has quickly expanded its presence to 50 cities across the state of Texas, where it is currently the best-rated delivery service.
However, posing a slightly different question in 2015 that specified the law would use a "centralized database across all 50 states," Gallup found 86% in favor of universal background checks for all gun purchases.
Women are more likely than men to say they favor labeling requirements at restaurants and prepared-food counters, though a majority of men support the labeling at fast food restaurants and around half support it at sit-down restaurants.
Ali Rabiei collected 163 votes in favor, 100 votes against and 21 abstentions, and was chosen as the minister of cooperatives, labor and social welfare.
DRI says that is the only demographic surveyed in which fewer than half would be inclined toward bias in favor of the individual.
The report says Favor Hamilton originally began her nightlife career to break up an otherwise mundane life, apart from her time as a motivational speaker and real estate broker.
The third article of the bill amending Article 3 of the Constitution over "ban on going abroad" received 335 votes in favor against 71.
Por favor es una expresion cortes para formular una peticion: Por favor, no pisen el pasto; aunque tambien se usa en amplias zonas hispanohablantes, la formula: favor de no pisar el pasto.
Global ReLeaf trees are also supported as wedding favors through the I Do Foundation.
3 : a preference for one side over another <The umpire showed favor toward the champs.
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