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1) This idea has long since fallen out of favour.
2) The young prince soon fell out of favour with the people when he became the king.
3) Grammar-based teaching methods went out of favour in the 60s and 70s.
4) Out of power, he is out of favour.
5) He is out of favour with the boss.
6) He has fallen out of favour with his classmates.
7) When out of favour, none know thee, when in,[http://sentencedict.com/out of favour.html] thou dost not know thyself.
8) Hobbs soon fell out of favour with his colleagues when he was promoted above them.
9) As the Red Queen hypothesis fell out of favour, researchers began to cast around for other possibilities.
10) Jones has fallen out of favour with the party leadership.
11) Dida fell out of favour at the Serie A side this season, and it was suggested that he would return to his former club, Cruzeiro .
12) Market fundamentalism is out of favour, the failings of socialism are still not forgotten.
13) Luckily this masochistic brand of economics seems to be at last going out of favour.
14) Vanity keep persons in favour with themselves who id out of favour with all others.
15) Previously, MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether) was the oxygenate of choice, but fell out of favour in 2004 when it was found to contaminate ground water.
16) Vanity keeps persons in favour with themselves who are out of favour with all others.
17) Having your own vegetable patch or fruit garden was once commonplace, but fell out of favour as the food industry become more commercial and supermarkets began to take over.
18) Records , mention very little of the Vindicator throughout the time of Great Crusade, it is assumed that the Vindicator fell out of favour.
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