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  • Such a university must take into account the preferential option for the poor.
  • According to the non-preferential rules a product always has exactly one country of origin.
  • This might be due to preferential treatment of his younger brother in the form of land and power.
  • He said the sale did not go through and that he was not granted any preferential treatment.
  • He would also lose his right to purchase a variety of products at a preferential price.
  • This is currently one of the preferential voting systems most used by countries and states.
  • The proposed change would reduce the number of preferential votes from three to one.
  • Businesses in the region also receive some preferential policies granted by the local government.
  • Certain groups certainly got preferential treatment across the board.
  • Additional support is given in the form of preferential tax treatment.
  • Non-preferential rules of origin are used to determine the country of origin for certain purposes.
  • This is further encouraged by a preferential market access agreement for products from developing countries.
  • Australia uses various forms of preferential voting for almost all elections.
  • So preferential attachment alone is not sufficient to produce a scale-free structure.
  • He introduced a bill abolishing preferential employment for trade union members in the public service.
  • He received the most preferential votes of all candidates in the election.
  • Its preferential status in trade with England now extended to Scotland.
  • It is the oldest preferential trade agreement between countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • One of the main advantages of having social capital is that it provides access to resources on preferential terms.
  • Similarly, some taxes that give preferential treatment to the press have been struck down.
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