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Showing no partiality; fair.

e′ven·hand′ed·ly adv.
e′ven·hand′ed·ness n.


(ˈi vənˈhæn dɪd)

impartial; equitable.
e′ven•hand′ed•ly, adv.
e′ven•hand′ed•ness, n.
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Adj.1.evenhanded - without partiality; "evenhanded justice"
equitable, just - fair to all parties as dictated by reason and conscience; "equitable treatment of all citizens"; "an equitable distribution of gifts among the children"


Just to all parties:
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The report, IMF Forecasts: Process, Quality, and Country Perspectives, assessed the soundness, evenhandedness and quality of forecasts for the period 1990-2011.
Underlying prosecutorial policy, especially in cases initiated by the ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda herself, is the principle of evenhandedness, under which members of both parties to a conflict ought to be prosecuted.
Regardless of the fundamentalists' position, we cannot and should not abide when mainstream media gets sucked into their messaging, in the so-called pursuit of evenhandedness.
Perhaps a little evenhandedness is called for and you might ask why Labour politician Peter Hain MP is linked to members of the Socialist Workers' Party in his work with Unite against fascism Wales or why Newport AM John Griffiths has worked with Communist Party members in the Searchlight anti-racist organisation.
The initiative will also give impetus, if only on the principle of evenhandedness, for the police to deal with motorists who drive on the pavement.
The media is sacrificing truth to the appearance of evenhandedness.
I would much admire fairness on your part to publish and show evenhandedness.
An election system that rewards or punishes judges for their views, rather than for their evenhandedness and integrity, weakens the credibility and independence of the judiciary.
But we suspect that he will instead focus on how Russia managed to water down the language in a ridiculous bid for evenhandedness.
But Shetty said Canada has lost the reputation for evenhandedness because it refuses to take Israel to task.
What Reagan doesn't reveal is that he is featured prominently in the film, which has been lauded by the Right and the Left for its evenhandedness.
We are confident this would help drive greater consistency and evenhandedness in the supervision of the broker-dealer and advisory sides of our industry.