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1. He argued in favour of capital punishment.
2. She discriminated in favour of her daughter.
3. Delegates have voted in favour of the motion.
4. The president discriminates in favour of his relatives.
5. The general opinion is in favour of us.sentencedict.com
6. The prevalent opinion is in favour of reform.
7. The majority of people in the province are in favour of devolution.
8. The majority of union members voted in favour of a strike.
9. The majority was / were in favour of banning smoking.
10. They voted in favour of the prohibition of smoking in public areas.
11. Will Charles renounce the throne in favour of his son?
12. King Alfonso XIII abdicated in favour of his eldest son.
13. The judge decided the case in favour of the defendant.
14. The university has a bias towards/in favour of/against the sciences.
15. is now in favour of a cut in taxes.
16. He discriminated in favour of his friends.
17. The regulation operates in favour of married couples.
18. What are the arguments in favour of change?
19. He argued in favour of a strike.
20. Are you in favour of the legalization of cannabis?
21. Popular opinion has tilted in favour of the socialists.
22. Society still discriminates against women/in favour of men.
23. She's in favour of abortion on demand.
24. Both members are whole-heartedly in favour of the changes.
25. Wordsworth rejected poetic diction in favour of ordinary language.
26. Cheques should be written in favour of Oxfam.
27. Hospital workers voted in favour of strike action .
28. A recent survey showed 75% of those questioned were in favour of the plan.
29. The teams were evenly matched until two quick goals from Robson tipped the balance in favour of England.
30. He concluded from their remarks that they were not in favour of the plan.
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