Prepositions after "favour"

favour by, in, for, over or of?

In 52% of cases "favour by" is used

The Wren family, obviously much favoured by the King, were staunch Royalists.

He was possessed of wealth and riches and favoured by nature with good looks.

Thus ' conjunction ', as favoured by Nestorius, did not do justice to the evidence.

You will find entry-level cameras through to high-end models favoured by professional photographers.

If they don't specify one, pick the one favoured by your Faculty or discipline and learn it if in doubt, ask your.

There is, as a result, just one sector in the UK economy that is being favoured by the policy of cuts, and that is big business.

In this case we can not see why the appropriate remedy was seen to be re-engagement as opposed to compensation, as favoured by Mr.

The Linyanti's waters meander to form a myriad of pools and lagoons, favoured by hippos, crocodiles and overwhelming numbers of water bird.

Are Gor being favoured by the kpl management? If so, its bad, and as the solders are taking things, if you are not careful, they might beat u.

The most famous drinking spot, favoured by local expats and yachties holing up in beautiful Admiralty Bay, is the Frangipani (frangipanibequia.

In 11% of cases "favour in" is used

KDC expected favours in return.

Was any particular region or province favoured in the process? Another review was carried out in 1986.

It's the drug favoured in other parts of Europe and USA and Australia, where you can't bulk buy this stuff.

The sleazy Clark government were handing out all sorts of immigration favours in return for cash, of which Bill Liu is perhaps the best example.

In 10% of cases "favour for" is used

Graduates of numerate disciplines tend to be favoured for certain jobs, particularly finance-related.

Brown will be personally OK on a Government pension, plus umpteen directorships on companies he has done favours for, He will be a millionaire by the time he is sixty.

Such investments would stand in the country? s favour for decades to come and would rank alongside the visionary decisions made by TK Whitaker and Sean Lemass during their time.

In 6% of cases "favour over" is used

No gender should be favoured over the other, even in the allocation of power in our education sector.

In almost all opinion polls Governor Romney is favoured over President Obama on the issue of the handling of the economy and creating jobs.

I think if this was to happen, even though Union J are favoured over D3, the judges would almost certainly force a deadlock, to make it that much more interesting.

In briefly examining these three models of photographic history in Irish art education, I am not proposing that any particular history of photography be favoured over another.

In 4% of cases "favour of" is used

But for routine extraction, we need more evidence in favour of it.

It is strictly not allowed to deposit the cheque(s) received in favour of Karta or any of the members/coparceners into the HUF's account.

Like Recieve gifts through HUF, Inheretance through HUF (though this is not in your hand, but your parents can reduce your tax burden by writing a will in favour of your HUF) etc.

The Roadmap is engineered in such a way in favouring of certain individuals already in power to lead and play greater role in the upcoming election when the TFGs mandate expires in Aug.

Jones criticises the devaluing of human need in favour of economic outcomes as an underlying problem in state responses which see children simply in terms of their production use-value and capacity.

In 3% of cases "favour on" is used

Please keep praying for Gods favour on this trip.

In Brunei, this fruit is rare because of people more favour on other durian species.

In 2% of cases "favour among" is used

Sooooooo!!! Grin and bear it, it is what it is and you are favoured among our women.

Moreover, Griffith's political vision of a dual monarchy found little favour among separatists.

In 1% of cases "favour between" is used

Many instances of a 4 to 8% change in Hillarys favour between the early votes and the day of votes.

In 1% of cases "favour from" is used

Accepting gifts, benefits or favours from individuals or firms with which the University does business, except as token courtesies.