Sentence Examples with the word favorably

Manufactures .T he maritime provinces, being those most favorably situated for the import of coal, and, where necessary, of raw material, are the chief seats of Spanish manufactures.

The Triple Alliance was maintained and renewed as far as paper documents were concerned (in June 1902 it was reconfirmed for 12 years), but public opinion was no longer so favorably disposed towards it.

Each misdirected spray scattered the attendees, often in front of those more favorably positioned.

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Prince Andrew was most favorably placed to secure good reception in the highest and most diverse Petersburg circles of the day.

At the same time Napoleon was making overtures both to Austria and to Italy, overtures which were favorably received.

Though he expected that the story of his escapade would be already known in Moscow and that the ladies about his father--who were never favorably disposed toward him--would have used it to turn the count against him, he nevertheless on the day of his arrival went to his father's part of the house.

Shawars flight was directed to Damascus, where he was favorably received by the prince Nureddin, who sent with him to Cairo a force of Kurds under Asad al-din Shirguh.

It was thus an effective compromise between the solar year and the lunar month, and contrasts very favorably with the intricate and clumsy years of other ancient systems. The leap-year of the Julian and Gregorian calendars confers the immense benefit of a fixed correspondence to the seasons which the Egyptian year did not possess, but the uniform length of the Egyptian months is enviable even now.

Year, but looked favorably on the project of a Spanish marriage alliance, so that the chief Protestant and the chief Catholic powers might join together to impose peace on Europe, in the place of those hideous religious wars by which the last century had been disfigured.

Commerce.Possessing varied resources and being favorably situated for commerce, Spain might be expected to take a leading place among the trading communities of Europe.