In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Only in the far east were conditions different and more favourable to battle.
- Several conditions were favourable to the use of underground tactics.
- Environmental conditions in the US are expected to be very favorable for rust development.
- Members of the board of management were over-whelmed by the enthusiasm and favourable comments expressed by so many visitors.
- Warm conditions similarly are highly favorable to the evolution of high performance.
- Amazingly, this rookie has amassed more favourable and even rave reviews than I can stretch my mind to believe.
- The formation of biofilms makes conditions more favorable for bacterial persistence in the lungs.
- It is likely to be most convenient, and the general conditions there are most favorable to the bulbs at this stage of their existence.
- If the film received favorable reviews on initial release, that praise paled in comparison to word-of-mouth buzz following a real nuclear accident.
- When conditions becomes favorable for rust development, the inoculum is always available.
- Perhaps in ideally favorable environments most genotypes yield more or less the same phenotype.
- For collective bargaining to have a real point, it must achieve wage rates and non-wage conditions more favourable to the employees than the customary rate.
- Seeds of some species do not germinate when placed under conditions normally regarded as favourable to germination and are said to be dormant.
- The ad had reached enough viewers to make a favorable impression across the district.
- Let's say one out of fifty goes online and writes a favorable review.
- They have taken out expensive adverts in the trade press, complete with favourable reviews.
- He is in the fourth week of the tour, receiving favourable reviews since opening in Blackpool.
- Conditions at the time were favourable to his securing political independence.
- Without this favorable environment, transformational activities would have been more difficult to undertake.
- While I have a generally favorable impression of the book, I do have a couple of complaints.
- He suggested the focus should rather be placed on publishing monthly unemployment figures and on creating conditions favourable to the growth of the first economy.
- Presumably this review is the most favourable, in a prestigious journal, that the publisher could find.
- I wrote a favourable review of this in the Bulletin in 1969.
- A favorable climate of legislation, regulation, and taxation will foster such development.
- Favorable reviews often echoed the same shortcomings while forgiving them for other reasons.
- We postulate that past experience can lead us to the identification of initial conditions favorable to crystallization.
- That is, the fungal spores find a home in the garden by locating environmental conditions favorable to their reproduction and infestation.
- A coming-of-age romance set during the First World War and its aftermath, it garnered favourable reviews and won the prestigious John Llewelyn Prize.
- Old, mature fig trees can grow at least 40 feet tall in favorable climates.
- They can be designed and directed to influence the will of foreign leadership to create conditions favorable to any country's strategic aims or objectives.
- Between them they garnered some favourable reviews.
- I think I even read a favourable review in FT Magazine.
- The game has been met with generally favorable reviews, although I was a bit disappointed.
- Furthermore, overall attitudes toward such policies are becoming increasingly favorable.
- I thought I gave the book a pretty favorable review, and I certainly think it's worth reading.
- The 1960s brought up new environmental concerns that created a climate favorable to development of alternative fuels.
- And, once again, many of the reviews were favourable.
- It received numerous favourable reviews in newspapers and magazines all over the world, not least for her quality product, her warmth and friendliness and her keen prices.
- Changing political and social conditions both helped to shape ideas and to create conditions favourable to their development.
- That is why I think it hasn't got favourable reviews here, because something gets lost in the translation.
- A less stringent criterion is whether a certain type of mutation occurs more often under conditions favorable to the survival of the resulting mutants.
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