I saw that, like the fair-minded
boy he has always been, he was giving me my chance, and I worked feverishly, my chief fear being that, owing to his youth, he might not know how marvellous was this thing I was doing.
survey of the entire independent telephone movement would probably show that it was at first a stimulant, followed, as stimulants usually are, by a reaction.
Adam was a clear-sighted, fair-minded
man--a fine fellow, indeed, morally as well as physically.
girl objects to a certain tinge of jealousy.
On the morrow I was to die some sort of nameless death for the diversion of a savage horde, but the morrow held fewer terrors for me than the present, and I submit to any fair-minded
man if it is not a terrifying thing to lie bound hand and foot in the Stygian blackness of an immense cave peopled by unknown dangers in a land overrun by hideous beasts and reptiles of the greatest ferocity.
Fyne was not willing to talk; but as I had been already let into the secret, the fair-minded
little man recognized that I had some right to information if I insisted on it.
Directly I ran my eye over it I fore- saw trouble ahead unless the people of the other part were quite exceptionally fair-minded
and open to argument.
In the minds of all fair-minded
followers of football it will be seen as devoid of credibility and balance.
This is (or ought to be) total anathema to any fair-minded
supporter of British law
For 37 years, the Center and Foundation for Critical Thinking has advanced a fair-minded
conception of the term in education and society.
Most of my English friends are intelligent and fair-minded
, but over the years l have experienced ignorance and prejudice against myself or Wales from some.
Ashdown has always been a fair-minded
man but this shows just how worried the main parties