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Offered a seemingly fair price by a well-known website, we met two of their representatives at their office, located in the car park of a large retailer.
Both parties have been conciliatory and made compromises to strike up a seemingly fair agreement that serves the interests of both in the short-term, so why now attempt to batter each other behind the bike sheds like two truculent teenagers smiling at the teacher and insisting there's no problem while plotting to sort each other out after school.
For example, the proposed payback rate, while seemingly fair, would actually mean the cost of tuition would vary by academic discipline.
Jack Rodwell's red card in last season's corresponding fixture indicates that even seemingly fair challenges are dangerous in what remains the Premier League's most ferocious scrap.
Gerrard, booked earlier for a flailing arm on Rotan, was harshly dismissed in the closing moments for a second caution shown for a robust yet seemingly fair challenge on Denys Garmash.
Home full-back Alex Goode's try and the boot of Charlie Hodgson accounted for an 18-5 interval lead, but the game turned on two second-half minutes as Hogg was denied a seemingly fair five-pointer in the left corner after the officials ruled he was bundled dead in-goal.
The match was transformed by Abou Diaby's red card early in the second half for grabbing Joey Barton by the neck after a hard but seemingly fair challenge.
Diawara was sent off on the hour at the Bernabeu for the hard but seemingly fair sliding challenge on pounds 80m man Ronaldo.
However, Marseille will be angry about the 60th-minute refereeing decision that left them down to 10 men and gave Kaka the chance to double Madrid's lead from the penalty spot, with Souleymane Diawara being penalised for a hard but seemingly fair sliding challenge on Ronaldo.
Consequently, when a horse with seemingly fair form claims drifts in the market everybody thinks it will not win.
Beaten seemingly fair and square by Twist Magic off level weights in the Tingle Creek at Sandown in December, which seemed to put to bed the theory that the Paul Nicholls-trained chase is merely a flat-track bully
After 63 minutes the tactics paid off when Robbie Farrell went down in the box under Fitzgerald's seemingly fair challenge - but the referee pointed to the spot and John Coady got the penalty.