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even-handed

adj
dealing fairly with all; impartial
ˌeven-ˈhandedly adv
ˌeven-ˈhandedness n
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even-handed

adjective fair, just, balanced, equitable, impartial, disinterested, unbiased, fair and square, unprejudiced The administration wants to ensure the meetings appear even-handed.
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even-handed

[ˈiːvənˈhændɪd] ADJ [person] → imparcial; [distribution] → equitativo

even-handed

adj, even-handedly
advgerecht, fair

even-handed

[ˌiːvnˈhændɪd] adjimparziale, equo/a
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should be even-handed in its approach to the conflict.
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So when I was stopped by two police women under terror laws, maybe they were just being even-handed.
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Gorenberg is again using a Jewish organization to present and promulgate his opinion that settlements are illegal, and he does this under the guise that he is doing his job as a journalist and is even-handed.
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