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por shee a luh tee

  • n  a predisposition to like something
  • n  an inclination to favor one group or view or opinion over alternatives

  • A former star quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Meredith, 32, does not disguise his partiality to either the Cowboys or quarterbacks.
  • Excessive partiality for one foreign nation, and excessive dislike of another, cause those whom they actuate to see danger only on one side, and serve to veil and even second the .
  • Fumed Laurel: "You have shown partiality.

  • Douglas Alexander in Sunday Herald
    Alexander said: "I think the British public can distinguish between support for humanitarian aid and perceived partiality in a conflict. I really struggle to see, in the face of the immense human suffering in Gaza at the moment, that this is in any...
  • Ian Martin in Times of India
    Security personnel against whom there is reasonable suspicion of excessive use of force or political partiality should be suspended while there is an investigation independent of their chain-of-command,Ian Martin said in a statement.
  • Mahmoud Zahar in Ha'aretz
    There is an increasing partiality towards the Israeli occupation, and not only this, but also it [the UN] adopts the occupation's position. It also goes far beyond this and justified the occupation's crimes,Zahar said.

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