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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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"We haven't had a demand for Fair Trade coffees until recently," explained Ebert.
The Carolina Alliance for Fair Employment began working on temp employment in 1984, says lead organizer Charles Taylor.
For fair lending compliance--which applies not just to the institutions that file HMDA data but to all depositories--we supervise about 1,000 of the almost 13,000 banks and thrift institutions.
But Whole Foods' recent announcement of plans to buy competitor Wild Oats and have half its imported products be fair trade certified within 10 years spells tremendous growth for fair trade products in the next few years, said Mathieu Senard, spokesman for Alter Eco.
While Fair Trade Certified coffee has become the fastest growing segment of the specialty coffee industry, many in the hot beverage industry are just beginning to recognize the importance of Fair Trade for tea workers and the emerging market for Fair Trade Certified tea in the U.S.
Note that this is true for fair value hedges as well.
Second, we are working with the Department of Justice to target certain state member banks for fair lending examinations where HMDA data suggest disparate treatment of minority mortgage loan applicants.