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Concerning legacies, we see that testators who favored persons outside the family usually favored pious institutions, friends, relatives, and servants in equal measure rather than randomly selecting recipients from one of these groups.
Baptist of North Hills) is favored to medal in the women's 100 meters, Jessica Mendoza (Camarillo) will start for the women's softball team expected to win gold, and Lashinda Demus (Palmdale) is a medal threat in the women's 400 meters and will likely compete on the U.
This year's poll, they said, produced different results when respondents were asked if they favored private education at "public expense" and later at "government expense.
He stressed that he had also voted against most favored nation status for China every year since joining the House in 1993.
found 56 percent of American adults favored stricter gun laws and 39 percent opposed them.
A similar increase was found when people were asked whether they favored or opposed stricter gun-control laws.
Of those surveyed, 29 percent favored Lockyer, compared with 28 percent for Stirling.
But the three opponents said they favored a full-service emergency room closer to the city rather than an urgent-care facility that could offer only limited treatment.
There is no difference, in fairness or economics, between lowering taxes on a favored group and spending money on a favored group.
Last year, a group of American companies also began to lobby for permanent favored status for China in hope of avoiding the yearly argument about whether China's human-rights record has improved.