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Definition of Favoredness

Favoredness
Favoredness Fa"vored*ness, n. Appearance. [Obs.]

Meaning of Favoredness from wikipedia

- Favored Nations Entertainment is a record label founded in 1999 by guitarist Steve Vai and Ray Scherr, former owner of Guitar Center. The first album...
- described as populist, protectionist, and nationalist. Despite not being favored in most forecasts, he was elected over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton...
- Trade Organization (WTO), the member countries of WTO shall extend Most Favored Nation (MFN) status to each other automatically, unless otherwise specified...
- under Lombardi and Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr. The Packers were favored to win the game by 14 points, largely because many thought the Patriots...
- to Super Bowl IV. Against the NFL champion Minnesota Vikings, who were favored by 12½, the Chiefs dominated the game 23–7 to claim the team's first Super...
- fro for their occasions there." This social divide between rich and poor favored the physical integration of the corridor into housing by the 19th century...
- absorbed into the NFL as the American Football Conference) over the heavily favored Minnesota Vikings. Hunt insisted that he be listed in the team media guide...
- supported the NATO-led military intervention in Libya in 2011. She also favored arming Syria's rebel fighters. In January 2019, Pelosi criticized President...
- rebuilding our society, or we can build more jails". Sanders has at times favored stronger law enforcement and sentencing. In 1996, he voted against a bill...
- of Alexander Hamilton and John Adams. The Democratic-Republican Party favored republicanism; a weak federal government; states' rights; agrarian interests...
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