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halfway decent

Somewhat good, useful, or enjoyable, but not very; passable. Anyone with a halfway decent phone can access the Internet these days! John: "So, what did you think of the film?" Bill: "Eh, it was halfway decent, I guess."
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decent

mod. good; very good. This is some pretty decent jazz.
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Apart from her role repres- enting tenants, Mrs Molineux was fully consulted when her home was brought up to Decent Homes standard.
The Decent Homes Standard also has no requirement for properties with solid walls to have wall insulation installed.
The Labour Ministry notes however, that it is committed in protecting the rights of workers and employers throughout the country in line with the Decent Work act of 2015 and therefore calls on all stakeholders of the Labour sector to respect the laws.
Debating the on-going motion, Specially Elected MP, Mr Eric Molale said the motion was good, but requested Mr Ntlhaile to consider stating the suitable amount of a decent living wage that he had in mind, as he did not indicate it in his motion.
The fiveyear-old ran well in some decent contests last season without winning but is likely to land a big pot at some point.
We need a comprehensive and adequate housing program to ensure that the poor will have the basic necessities for decent living that includes basic social services and facilities such as schools and hospitals, livelihood and employment opportunities, and climate change adaptation requirements,' Gallardo explained.
Khan, welcomed ILO's initiative for the establishment of a Decent Work Network with academia and identified various means for further collaboration in terms of joint researches and knowledge-sharing.
Its main aims are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue in handling work related issues.
Along with mackerel, the pier has produced decent catches of codling to 5lb, some taking seven fish a session.
Good staff relations start with respect and end with a decent wage.
Ezea (a chaplain of English-speaking African Catholics in Essen, Germany) proposes the International Labour Organisation's Decent Work Agenda as a fitting tool for addressing poverty and poor working conditions in Nigeria that is also compatible with the social teaching of the Catholic Church.
Confederation of Trade Unions, Republican Union of Employers and National Statistical Service of Armenia launched today the Decent
Macedonia has made considerable progress in realizing the decent work concept and thanks the action plan for employment of young people the number of jobs is expected to climb up," unions said on the occasion of 7 October, Word Day for Decent Work.
Joe Eilliott took part in Doin' The Decent Thing at the Roadhouse in Stirchley - a fundraiser for Dick Decent, from Dudley, who has toured with Def Leppard as their keyboard player.