Now... about the arguments you briefly mentioned in favour of a new, State-owned crossing in Windsor-Detroit: 1.
This decision is about pretending Charles is impartial while he continues to lobby in favour of his own political agenda.
Cameron's comments will only confirm that she was in favour of retaining the Union all along.
Even with the deck seemingly stacked in the latter's favour.
But he fell out of favour when it was revealed he had been on a big-game hunting safari.
He employed the time cunningly to win back Valentina's favour and confidence.
The balance of trade with Europe alone is more than a million a day in our favour.
I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 19th inst.
The fact that she was an American girl and from New York was greatly in her favour.
No less than 3,337 petitions had been presented in favour of the Bill.
c.1300, "attractiveness, charm," from Old French favor (13c., Modern French faveur) "favor, approval, partiality," from Latin favorem (nominative favor) "good will, inclination, partiality, support," coined by Cicero from stem of favere "to show kindness to," from PIE *ghow-e- "to honor, revere, worship." Meaning "act of kindness" is from late 14c. Meaning "thing given as a mark of favor" is from 1580s. Phrase in favor of recorded from 1560s.
"to regard with favor, indulge, treat with partiality," mid-14c., from Old French favorer, from favor (see favor (n.)). Related: Favored; favoring.