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fair and impartial

just and unbiased. (Usually referring to some aspect of the legal system, such as a jury, a hearing, or a judge.) Gary felt that he had not received a fair and impartial hearing. We demand that all of our judges be fair and impartial in every instance.
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We have access not only to an impartial spectator but also to real spectators as well.
He added: "They are right to demand answers and a thorough, impartial and objective investigation is what they deserve.
Addressing at a news conference Haji Peer Mansoor Khan said that the PTI will not remain silent regarding the Qasoor incident and strongly demanded the impartial investigations and also the harsh punishment for the involved criminals.
FAISALABAD -- Election Commission (EC) will discharge its obligations strictly in accordance with the FCCI Memorandum and Articles of Association to ensure election of FCCI for 2015-16 fair, free and impartial, said Shahid Ahmed Sheikh, Senior Member, FCCI Election Commission.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan has voiced strong protest over brutal murder of 5 Pakistanis in Afghanistan and has called for impartial probe into the incident besides bringing the culprits to justice.
The New York City Department of Education on behalf of the District of Financial Operations Impartial Hearing Office is seeking vendors to for reporting, recording and transcription services for hearings held by the Impartial Hearing Office, schools and other NYCDOE offices on behalf of the Board of Education of the City School District of the City of New York.
Oran pointed to the presidential oath that Erdoy-an took in Parliament in August, saying he pledged to remain impartial.
Tsarnaev is to receive the fair trial by a panel of impartial, indifferent jurors guaranteed by the United States Constitution," Tsarnaev's lawyers argued in a court filing Monday.
Twenty trained and impartial staff trained and impartial staff T members run the centre, and act on behalf of children and parents to bring them together in secure surroundings.
He said that the state is working hard to keep elections free of any flaw and to make it exemplary, fair, transparent, impartial, and democratic, adding that over 200 media outlets in Syria and 70 TV channels that entered Syria recently are meeting the candidates and interviewing the people in the streets.
Five poll observation bodies on Sunday submitted their recommendations to the electoral commissions, asking them to stay impartial during the second round of vote, provide observers access to polling sites, replace corrupt employees and finish the election process in a timely manner.
Bar President- elect Greg Coleman also addressed the attendees, telling them the single most important element of the Bar's strategic plan "is to ensure that our judicial system--a coequal branch of government--is fair and impartial, adequately funded, and open to all.
In the last two years BIM Academy has also built a reputation for authoritative and impartial strategic advice and project implementation for clients such as Quintain, NBS, Newcastle and Cambridge Universities and Berkeley Homes (Capital), as well as clients in Hong Kong and the Middle East.
Summary: Baghdad: The United Nations mission to Iraq called on Tuesday for an impartial probe into .
As for Sleiman's call for an impartial cabinet, Aswad couldn't help but wonder whether a formula as such really existed.