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favorable and image
The band sought a signature element that fans could remember them by, and Wednesday served as the inspiration ; McCandless gave a particularly favorable image of a spider to a friend and tattoo artist who transformed it into what would become Cold's official logo.
It was filmed in Canada and featured some Indians in a favorable image.
On the domestic front, Hankyoreh has been mischaracterized as opposed to big business, and has been cited as working to correct that image of being “ nationalist, anti-American and anti-corporate .” The Hankyoreh does not negate the philosophy of the free market economy, individual liberty and personal freedom, and has been critical of Korean big business and conglomerates that overwhelm the market, the Korean university entrance system, widening income disparities in Korean society, and the rapid opening and globalization of the Korean economy, while maintaining a generally favorable attitude towards organized labor, trade protectionism, and the redistribution of income.
It was the largest international exposition that the Empire of Japan had participated in to date, and was driven by a desire of Japan to develop a more favorable public image in Great Britain following the renewal of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
Two concepts that relate to faking include social desirability ( the tendency for people to present themselves in a favorable light ), and impression management ( conscious or unconscious attempts to influence one ’ s image during interactions ).

favorable and America
He thus kept his hands free for any action after Jan. 20, although reaction to the break was generally favorable in the U.S. and Latin America ( see the hemisphere ).
At a War Cabinet meeting, held on 31 October 1917, Balfour suggested that a declaration favorable to Zionist aspirations would allow Great Britain " to carry on extremely useful propaganda both in Russia and America "
As a result of favorable weather and market conditions beginning in 1995, however, the agricultural sector grew at a rate of 2. 6 percent annually, slightly above the average for Latin America during that period.
Progressive Farmer rated Grafton County fourth in its list of the " Best Places to Live in Rural America " in 2006, citing low unemployment ( despite slow economic growth ), a favorable cost of living, and the presence of White Mountain National Forest, the state's only national forest.
In 1788, George Washington said, " No colony in America was ever settled under such favorable auspices as that which has just commenced at the Muskingum ... If I was a young man, just preparing to begin the world, or if advanced in life and had a family to make provision for, I know of no country where I should rather fix my habitation ...".
) The textbook was attacked for its favorable depiction of slavery in America and of African American life after emancipation and during Reconstruction.
Afterward he returned to America with his wife, and Outer Dark was published in 1968 to generally favorable reviews.
Nintendo of Japan had originally intended to make him playable only in Super Smash Bros. Melees Japanese release, but when he garnered favorable attention during the game's North American localization, Nintendo of America decided to keep both him and fellow Fire Emblem protagonist Roy in the North American and European versions.
Ong wrote a highly favorable review of this new book in America.
There were also many favorable comments about the book including one from Jonah Goldberg ( no relation ) who said, " 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America is a rollicking and revealing look at 100 of the most egregious obstacles on the path of our nation's return to glory " and Brent Bozell, who commented: " 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America is out, and it's a wonderful read for anyone not on that list.
It is sometimes cultivated in North America as a native alternative to exotic magnolias, and can be grown a considerable distance north of its natural range if given conditions favorable to its growth.
Indonesian public opinion of the United States markedly improved in the year after the tsunami, jumping from 15 % in 2003 to 38 % in 2005, going against the general trend of less favorable attitudes towards America in that time period.
Authorities suspect that Gual is one of those who illegally spread news favorable to the cause of the Independence of Latin America, that promotes Francisco de Miranda from London.
In 1930, when application was made for approval of Alpha Phi Omega by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Dr. Wyland worked hand in hand with Dr. H. Roe Bartle in presenting the facts which brought about a favorable decision and gave Alpha Phi Omega the official sanction of the Scouting Movement.
Gumperz returned to Germany with a favorable report, assuring Max Horkheimer and the others that the Institute ’ s endowment, which still brought in about $ 30, 000 a year, would be enough to guarantee survival in depression era America.

favorable and minds
This positive word of mouth helps to introduce other consumers to the products offered by the business, and makes it easier to establish a favorable perception in the minds of more people.
With Gallo's life still prominent in the minds of the public and without favorable media coverage, Dylan's attempt to romanticize Gallo was greeted with an enormous amount of contempt by the press, public officials, and private citizens alike.

favorable and Russian
The breakdown of Russian forces – exacerbated by internal turmoil caused by the 1917 Russian Revolution – led to an imposed peace and the favorable Treaty of Brest-Litovsk on 3 March 1918 as Russia withdrew from the war.
Studies of American broadcasting into the Soviet bloc, and testimonials from Czech President Vaclav Havel, Polish President Lech Walesa, and Russian President Boris Yeltsin support that soft power efforts of the United States and its allies during the Cold War were ultimately successful in creating the favorable conditions that led to the collapse of the Soviet empire.
Due to its size, favorable climate, rich fishing waters and proximity to Saint Petersburg, the capital of the Russian Empire, the Karelian Isthmus became the wealthiest part of Finland once the industrial revolution had gained momentum in the 19th century.
Peter the Great seized on this opportunity to pose as mediator, threatened the Commonwealth militarily, and in 1717 forced Augustus and the nobility to sign an accommodation favorable to Russian interests, at the Silent Sejm ( Sejm Niemy ).
Shortly thereafter Nekrasov authored his first collection of poetry, Dreams and Sounds, published under the name " N. N ." Though his patron poet Vasily Zhukovsky expressed a favorable opinion of the beginner's work, it was promptly dismissed as Romantic doggerel by Vissarion Belinsky, the most important Russian literary critic of the first half of 19th century, in.
Russian players, on the other hand, were presented and described in a particularly favorable light.
Depending on their region and their time, different sources each used their own vision to denote different sections of the vast Cuman territory: in Byzantine, Russian, Georgian, Armenian, Persian and Muslim sources, Cumania meant the Pontic steppe, that is the steppelands to the north of the Black Sea and on its eastern side as far as the Caspian Sea, where the lowlands between the Dnieper, the Volga, the Ural and the Irtysh rivers were favorable to the nomadic lifestyle of the Cumans.

favorable and men
A Danish town in England often had, as it principal officers, twelve hereditary ‘ law men .’ The Danes introduced the habit of making committees among the free men in court, which perhaps made England favorable ground for the future growth of the jury system out of a Frankish custom later introduced by the Normans .”
On receiving a favorable reply from the Holy See, Gediminas issued circular letters, dated 25 January 1325, to the principal Hansa towns, offering a free access into his domains to men of every order and profession from nobles and knights to tillers of the soil.
Labienus, wishing to tempt the Treveri to attack in a situation favorable to the Romans, orders his men to break camp as though they are retreating.
The question of whether men's signatures would be sought for the Declaration was discussed, with the vote looking favorable, but the motion was tabled until the following day when men themselves could participate.
This time the Assyrian forces of 20, 000 men were numerically so superior that most of Judah's men left the field of battle and advised their leader to do likewise and to await a more favorable opportunity.
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In principle, this ruling was favorable, but in practice it would only benefit the men if the court had been attentively keeping notes for each accused man.
With only four vessels, Sarmiento de Gamboa continued the voyage, arriving in January 1583 at a favorable point, where he established a fort and colony garrisoned by 300 men which he called Rey Don Felipe.
He thought the time especially favorable for the carrying out of this idea, as the sympathy of men like Isaac Moïse Crémieux, Moses Montefiore, Edmond James de Rothschild, and Albert Cohn rendered the Jews politically influential.
The movie was met with generally favorable reviews from critics, receiving praise for portraying homosexuality as normal and its characters as average gay men.
Buoyed by this favorable development, Theodosius ' men attacked once again.
Critic Sarah Bee of Melody Maker, in a favorable review of the album Permanent Stains, wrote, " These men are in touch with their inner deviants.
Under the patronage system, newspaper editors and other men of middling means could pledge their loyalty to the party by writing favorable editorials, endorsing candidates, organizing political meetings, and galvanizing voters.

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