free from bias

See: impartial
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Strange as it always is to consider any assembly in the act of submissively resigning itself to the dreariness of some complacent person, lord or commoner, whom three-fourths of it could, by no human means, raise out of the slough of inanity to their own intellectual level, it was particularly strange, and it was even particularly affecting, to see this crowd of earnest faces, whose honesty in the main no competent observer free from bias could doubt, so agitated by such a leader.
Sadly, women and girls still do not have equal access to education free from bias and discrimination, said Kim Churches, Chief Executive Officer at the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
These include quotas and targets for female par- ticipation at every level of corporate structure, creating more welcoming environments free from bias and casual sexism, as well as making the business case for parity with data.
It should start with the use of words that are not "loaded": Rather than ask jurors whether they can be "fair" or "impartial" or "free from bias," we can ask whether they feel "indifferent" or "neutral," or are "leaning toward one side or the other."
Career guidance is offered to all potential and current program of study participants in a manner that is free from bias, inclusive and nondiscriminatory.
Though complicated, the rules of evidence were designed to discover the truth, free from bias, popular belief and error.
This is the proclivity to believe that we are free from bias, and thus cannot be fooled or mislead.
The Electoral Commission then has a statutory duty to assess the referendum question to ensure it is intelligible and free from bias - a process which would normally take up to 12 weeks, although again it could be shortened.
The Diversity and Inclusion award honors a chamber partner that creates a positive, diverse work environment free from bias and discrimination.
DiNardo also said the bishops were seeking to develop an unspecified process for future reporting of allegations against bishops, saying they wanted something that included "substantial involvement" of laypeople and is "free from bias or undue influence by a bishop."
Puno assured the president that the 144-day work of the 22-member committee was done with independence and was free from bias and elite interests and stressed the charter's "distinct bayanihan federalism."
"Under these circumstances, we did not have confidence that Strzok's decision to prioritize the Russia investigation over following up on the midyear-related investigative lead discovered on the Weiner laptop was free from bias," the report said.