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  • Later, she gave up film study in favour of music.
  • He left a year later in favour of session music work.
  • With this in mind, a vote was cast which went in favour of becoming an urban district.
  • He argued in favour of a strong, well-trained and well-equipped army.
  • They met, dismissed those in favour of the change, and set up a new Executive.
  • The late 19th century saw increasing support for the home rule/independence movement, though not all were in favour.
  • The work was at first unsuccessful, but it rose in favour, and became a standard authority.
  • He decided to enter the Italian War in favour of his new ally.
  • Its production lines were closed down in favour of the Hercules engine.
  • A referendum must then be held within three months, which requires a simple majority in favour to pass.
  • The single invasion theory has been also rejected in favour of the two separate invasions.
  • However, public opinion remains strongly in favour of the country's status as a nuclear free zone.
  • This came in favour for the industrial revolution, gaining large-scale factory production and workers.
  • All those present then spoke, in turn, but none in favour of Honecker.
  • Top leaders of the armed forces were not in favour of the plan, as Germany was not yet ready for war.
  • The Catholic Church saw its influence declining in favour of the king.
  • However, only about 20% of the population is thought to be in favour.
  • This rule was deemed to be too much in favour of the team batting second.
  • In only a few cases he exercised his influence in favour of clemency.
  • Thus, for a period, economics worked in favour of cable cars even in relatively flat cities.
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