equitableness


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Television - not especially known for equitableness when it comes to the battle of the sexes - merely mirrors many women's everyday experiences.
137) Two years before the Gulf of Maine case, the International Court of Justice stated "the equitableness of a principle must be assessed in light of its usefulness for the purpose of arriving at an equitable result.
93) It is this spirit of trying to examine the tax for equitableness that is the legacy of Kittanning.
The very balance of the phrasing suggests the essential equitableness of the proceedings, even as the inescapable logic of the judgment would seem to rule out any personal stake on the part of the judge.
The "us" versus "them" mentality great affects the equitableness of a project contract agreement.