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  • verb British Alternative form of favorize.


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  • The rebels declared they planned to pursue talks with Angola, whose troops are fighting alongside Kabila's, "to come to a common understanding of the situation in order to favourise a better solution to common problems and those of the Congolese peole."

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1998

  • They must not make distinctions or favourise anyone, individuals or parties.

    euronews 2009

  • As for the rest on "my list" there is many here I dont want to leave but I also dont like to favourise anyone with fear for forgetting another.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums 2009


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