unlevel

unlevel

(ʌnˈlɛvəl)
adj
1. not level
2. unfair or inequitable; giving one person or group an unfair advantage: an unlevel playing field.
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But Wes Bissett, Big I's senior counsel, government affairs, said the model would create an unlevel playing field, and allowing a company to file an exemption from some regulatory requirements is not good for agents and for consumers.
Some high-profile cases have drawn attention to the plight of bereaved families and I have no doubt that there are readers who have experienced the unlevel playing field firsthand.
That creates an unlevel playing field that inherently disfavors fixed annuity providers and products," the group states on the website.
Thus, an unlevel playing field has been created in the financial products market place.
However, creating an unlevel playing field in the workplace is of no benefit to the country or its citizens.
How can any business cope with such large and fast changes and compete on such an unlevel playing field?
It's not nice being on an unlevel playing field against people who are possibly on drugs and who have taken drugs in the past.
And a level system with an unlevel floor equals a system that has gaps at the floor (unless you have really plush carpeting).
The following are some symptoms to look for in determining if you have a broken slab: Stretched or buckled linoleum flooring, Unlevel floors, Broken floor tiles, Bumps in carpet, Cracks around windows and door frames, Sloping floors, Domed floors in center of room, Sticky doors or windows that are difficult to open and close.
We finally just a got a shitty park a few years ago made with pre-fab ramps on unlevel asphalt.
Labour MP Margaret Hodge, chair of the Public Accounts Committee, said: "The Treasury should examine whether the Duchy's tax exemption creates an unlevel playing field.
The tank was not equipped with a water-level indicator and was set up on unlevel ground, which TEPCO was aware of.