Favor

Favor, Favour, (see spelling differences) or Favors, may refer to:

  • Party favor, a small gift given to the guests at a party or wedding reception

People with the surname Favor or Favors:

  • Edward M. Favor (1856-1936), American singer and vaudeville comedian
  • Greg Favors (born 1974), former American football linebacker
  • Joanne Favors, American politician
  • Malachi Favors (1927-2004), American jazz bassist
  • Derrick Favors (born 1991), American basketball player

Other articles related to "favor":

Living Sculpture - Topiary
... Topiary is one type of living sculpture that has gone in and out of favor through the ages ... in Ancient Rome using cypress trees, but after the fall of Rome, topiary fell out of favor for several hundred years. 18th century, topiary fell out of favor again, and a natural look returned ...
Views - Support For Stoning
... adultery in Egypt (82% of respondents in favor of the punishment), Jordan (70% in favor), Indonesia (42% in favor), Pakistan (82% favor) and Nigeria (56% in favor) ...
Tyr (Forgotten Realms) - Favor
... To keep Tyr's favor, one must respect fallen enemies, never make sacrifice of a corpse, and keep one's alignment lawful good ...
Ben Franklin Effect
... psychological finding A person who has done someone a favor is more likely to do that person another favor than they would be if they had received a favor from that person ...

Famous quotes containing the word favor:

    Courtroom—A place where Jesus Christ and Judas Iscariot would be equals, with the betting odds in favor of Judas.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    Look with favor on a bold enterprise.
    Virgil [Publius Vergilius Maro] (70–19 B.C.)

    Socrates ... brought human wisdom back down from heaven, where she was wasting her time, and restored her to man.... It is impossible to go back further and lower. He did a great favor to human nature by showing how much it can do by itself.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)