personal bias

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Believe, me," he added, after a moment's pause, "whatever my personal bias may be, what I am saying to you now is not actuated in the slightest by any feelings of jealousy.
He much regretted that any personal bias should have been read into his remarks, which were entirely dictated by his desire for scientific truth.
An Irish terrier, with no personal bias towards either side, was dancing round and attacking each in turn as he came uppermost.
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court (SC) Justice Qazi Faez Isa on Monday filed a fresh petition in the apex court seeking the formation of a full court to hear the references filed against him while accusing Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Asif Saeed Khosa of 'showing personal bias against him'.
Yet, it all comes down to personal bias. And note also that with the super premium brands, vanilla is the most profitable for the ice-cream store.
RELATED:Youth stand behind Filipino fishermen, for sovereignty Elago Solicitor General Jose Calida sought Carpio's recusal, citing the senior justice's "personal bias and manifest partiality." The petition filed by a group led by Monico Abogado through the Integrated Bar of the Philippines sought the issuance of writ of continuing mandamus to protect, preserve and rehabilitate the environment in Scarborough or Panatag Shoal, Ayungin Shoal and Mischief or Panganiban Reef.
Solicitor General Jose Calida wants Carpio out of the West Philippine Sea case due to his alleged personal bias and manifest partiality on the issue of West Philippine Sea.
Entertainment is subjective and does not have to appeal to everyone, Shuaeb should've left his personal bias at home and not let that get in the way of his work.
Interesting, even sad, how so many industry journalists have moved away from professional standards of reporting and chose instead to report from a deep personal bias of dislike for Trump on a daily basis.
Does a board member have personal bias over the community input?
Keeping things mathematical attempts to take personal bias out of the equation.
On perceptions of Nasser particularly and leaders generally, Tarek Al-Shenawy wrote for Al-Masry Al-Youm a piece, in which he pointed out how each side could portray and reinforce a different image according to personal bias, such as family members or depending on public taste, such as in movies, which he said always portrayed Nasser as a political leader and rarely as a normal human being subject to different emotions.