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(all) for someone or something

Fig. (completely) in favor of someone or something; supporting someone or something. I'm all for your candidacy. I'm for the incumbent in the upcoming election.

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(some) days running and for (some) weeks running; for (some) months running; for (some) years running days in a series; months in a series; etc. (The some can be any number.) I had a bad cold for five days running. For two years running, I brought work home from the office every night.

for

(some) years running Go to for (some) days running.

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/in fun
As a joke; playfully.

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/to all intents and purposes
In every practical sense; practically: To all intents and purposes the case is closed.
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We had a huge increase in attendance at our annual meeting shortly after the Member Report Cards were mailed, and many of the attendees told us they were there because they had received the Member Report Card and wanted to learn about more ways they could save by using their credit union," Fors added.
Fulgencio Batista and Rafael Leonidas Trujillo--as well as the Cayo Confites expedition to overthrow Trujillo in the late 1940s and how Batista paid dearly for his stay in the Dominican Republic after escaping Cuba.
As a DC-AAPOR member for the past 3 years, Jen has been involved in conference planning, social media outreach, and chapter seminars and networking events.
IN IT TOGETHER: David Cameron's Big Society is a chance for the 'economically inactive' to contribute.
With the economy, we want to help people find employment," Fors said.
Stockholm University library and student union, the City Terminal (which incorporates a World Trade Center and a bus station--two of the nastiest twentieth-century building types, AR December 1989), and the Ark, the radical London office block (AR July 1992), all offer many kinds of space ranging from individual studies, through places for casual encounter to meeting places for many different kinds of function and levels of formality.
By weaving FORS 'green lines' through the Tanzanian national curriculum, each school participates in teacher training sessions as they implement lessons around the topics of weather, water, wildlife, soil, forest and fire.
The "strange case" of "Fors" is thus the origin for a topographic rhetoric not only in Derrida, but also in Miller's project: this is the point from which all subsequent texts would be viewed.
Others included Joe Waterman and Carolyn Fors, $41,000 each in July 1992; Jasper and Irene Sanforad, $24,000 in April 1985; Claudia Sparrow and Patricia McArey, $22,500 each in July 1992; Catherine McCluer, $20,000 in July 1992; the Vida Echols estate, $13,000 in September 1990; Margie Linsker, $12,000 in October 1990; Jean Belle, $11,000 in July 1992; Robert and Elizabeth Adkins, $10,000 in February 1988; Thomas Murphy, $9,000 in July 1992; and Ross Glover, $3,000 in November 1994.
Peddling their product to major corporations and individuals, Julianne Chadwick and Alfonso Fors insist on taking a customized approach to each person's needs.
Judith Stoddart, Ruskin's Culture Wars: Fors Clavigera and the Crisis of Victorian Liberalism (UP of Virginia, 1998), 193 pp.
There are fors and against going back to Coronation Street, " said Julie, who quit the Street in 1995 and went on to star in pantomimes and Coronation Street specials.
5 -- color) ``Atados de Memorias'' (1999), Jose Manuel Fors
essays on Fors, topped by a piece on 'Cobbett, Coleridge, Carlyle,