He said the fake degree narrative was being bandied pushed by some malicious people who lost favor with
the university management.
Following Charles' separation from Diana, the Prince of Wales became less popular in the press and according to "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles" by Tom Bower, he also lost favor with
members of the royal family.
She first became popular and famous as a singularly lovely and sultry film star, but eventually lost favor with
some fans due to her controversial, black and bleak lifestyle and life choices.
In recent years, there has been the perception that Ahmed Dogan and the Movement have lost favor with
authorities in Turkey.
Because of this, the RLR concept lost favor with
passage of the Deficit Reduction Act of 1984, which imposed the following restrictions on RLR plans:
While Koizumi has lost favor with
a majority of voters, there is apparently no promising candidate for the top post.
Lionized by highbrows and common folk throughout the 1930s, Disney lost favor with
the intellectuals in the 1940s as he assumed a paranoid Cold War stance and churned out a widening flood of celebratory entertainment until his death.
Only a paranoid megalomaniac who has lost favor with
the majority of his people would have taken such a step, and Robert Mugabe is such a man.
As various sectors of the business lost favor with
the consumer, the conglomerates divested themselves of "divisions" they once courted, until, as in the case of companies like Collins & Aikman, the whole became a shell of its former self.
His political activity was halted, however, when he lost favor with
the Chilean government, which turned to the right.
Jason lost favor with
the gods and wandered as an outcast until his old age, when the prow of his old vessel, the Argo, fell on him and killed him.
While Bitcoin has gained mainstream popularity in recent months, it's lost favor with
a certain group of users: criminals.
After reaching a peak market penetration of nearly 30 percent in the 1970s, electric toothbrushes lost favor with
However, Seneca lost favor with
the emperor and prudently withdrew from imperial politics and court society in 62.