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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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But the means adopted to this end must have fairness, even-handedness and transparency.
He remains committed to even-handedness and justice always.'
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Qazi's assertion remains in the right that in the interest of even-handedness, the powers that the Constitution has granted to the Supreme Court cannot be wholly assumed by an official of the SC division and doing so, without assessing the applicability to the prerequisites of fundamental rights and public importance, effectively impedes due justice.
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I see that as a lack of even-handedness, even taking into account the twin season themes of Beethoven's concertos and Song and Dance.
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