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  • n. Plural form of favouritism.


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  • Consider what ten years 'practice in the war for wages and strike-management, with the public in it as partisans, will bring with it in the way of favouritisms, celebrities, and indispensabilities.

    The New Society

  • Their interests were concerned with the pettiest of local occurrences; their favouritisms and animosities were those of overgrown infants.

    A Life's Morning

  • Novelists, however, often debase fiction by obtruding their personal vanities, favouritisms, fanaticisms and antipathies.

    Lectures and Essays

  • Similarly, Ramakrushna Panda of Communist Party of India said police forces went out of way to exhibit their favouritisms for a private company.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • We are not saying that Glo must use all Nollyywood stars as their ambassadors, all we are asking for is that the selection process should be very transparent and devoid of ethnic colourations or favouritisms.


  • When questioned about bribes being given to doctors, she is quick to clarify that in her department 'these favouritisms cannot take place because donor profiles are very specific,' saying for a fact that they do take place in other areas.

  • When you become a developer, you leave that behind, or rather, develop a new set of favouritisms.

    Edge Online - Interactive Entertainment Today

  • "It is a known fact that some top officials at Glo, only hand picked their actors and actresses friends in Nollywood, while others made the list based on tribal sentiments and favouritisms.



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