even-handedness


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Making some strenuous efforts at even-handedness and offeting amble visual respite, this is a lively docu that desperately wants to preach beyond the Occupy-sympathizing choir, and it'll be curious to see if the stark schisms over U.
The book is filled with interesting information, but I am sorry to say that I was not persuaded by his purported even-handedness.
This is not about austerity or politics; it is about management skill, pay equity and even-handedness which are depressingly absent.
The Egpytian GazetteReliance on ballot boxes as the sole channel for the identification of public will and unfledging abidance by the criteria of even-handedness and fairness have unquestionably been the distinguished characteristics of the steps taken so far to establish the main pillars of democracy as indicated by the conduct of parliamentary and presidential elections and run-offs.
In other words she proceeds from a rare viewpoint in the discourse between CAM and biomedicine, one combining enthusiasm for "a set of often exciting medical or therapeutic techniques" with the intellectual even-handedness of an accomplished scholar.
In a book of considerable economy and even-handedness, Brakke initially lays out the methodological problems with great precision.
What is striking is the even-handedness with which Holz treats her characters, and her steadfast refusal to find fault with them.
The Israeli mission to the UN had said that showing the movie in the UN General Assembly hall was "clearly a politicised decision" that "shows poor judgment and a lack of even-handedness.
The Israeli mission to the UN had said that showing the movie in the UN General Assembly hall was "clearly a politicized decision" that "shows poor judgment and a lack of even-handedness.
This wide-ranging book displays a good journalist's sense of even-handedness.
Williams' even-handedness in her criticism of Israelis and Palestinians will undoubtedly anger partisans of both sides.
The protester argues that the agency's evaluation of quotations was unreasonable and lacking in even-handedness and that the evaluators failed to conduct meaningful discussions with it.