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fair

(Just), adjective aequus, affording no undue advantage, appropriate, balanced, deserved, detached, dispassionate, equal, equitable, evenhanded, fair-minded, fitting, honest, honorable, impartial, merited, objective, scrupulous, sporting, sportsmanlike, square, suitable, uncolored, uncorrupted, uninfluenced, unprejudiced, unswayed, upright
Associated concepts: fair and impartial trial, fair hearing, fair on its face, fair preponderance of evidence, fair representaaion, fair trade, fair trial, fair wages

fair

(Satisfactory), adjective acceptable, adequate, bearable, decent, good enough, mediocre, medium, middling, moderate, moderately good, passable, reasonable, reasonably good, respectable, secundus, sufficient, suitable, tolerable, unexceptional, unobjectionable
Associated concepts: fair aggregate value, fair and equitable value, fair and reasonable compensation, fair and reasonnble market value, fair and reasonable value, fair cash value, fair consideration, fair equivalent, fair market value, fair preponderance, fair return on investment, fair use, fair valuation, fair value
See also: adequate, attractive, average, business, clean, correct, dispassionate, equal, equitable, evenhanded, high-minded, honest, impartial, imperfect, judicial, juridical, just, marginal, market, mediocre, neutral, nonpartisan, objective, passable, right, rightful, scrupulous, standard, unbiased, unprejudiced, upright
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If money is available for tax reductions then making tax credits refundable would be the fairest and best option to take.
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To ensure customers do not face lengthy delays and uncertainty whilst we review all individual files, we have decided the fairest approach for our customers is to refund all arrears administration fees charged since January 2009, plus interest on those fees.
The Government claims it has doled out the cash in the fairest way possible but critics have said the decision to give larger portions to Scotland, Ireland and Wales was a political sweetener - especially north of the border, where a referendum looms on independence.
Fending off claims of favouritism, Mr Bruton said some people stayed at the talks to negotiate the fairest way to deliver the contribution from their sector -- and came up with alternatives which Government accepted.
In this polemic for general readers, Moore, a journalist and commentator on CNBC TV and Fox News Channel, argues against President Obama's rhetoric of fairness as a reason to increase taxes, and instead recommends a flat tax and the abolition of the corporate tax as the fairest way to ensure a free market system that awards individual achievement.
We don't tell the judges how to vote and, as you saw on the show, Louis hadn't - and couldn't - make up his mind so he decided that sending it to the public vote was the fairest thing to do.
X FACTOR judge Louis Walsh has defended his decision to force Sunday night's show to an audience vote as "the fairest opt ion".
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The Islamic group controls nearly 50% of the seats in the new parliament, by far the single largest bloc to emerge from Egypt's freest and fairest elections in decades.
Cablevision agrees to submit to binding arbitration, as called for by more than 50 elected officials from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut as the fastest and fairest way to return Fox programming to Cablevision viewers.
Kris Fairest has been riding the waves at Saltburn beach for the past four-and-a-half years.