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for fair

Totally and completely. 17-1? Yeah, I'd say we lost for fair!
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for fair

completely and finally. US informal
1997 John Barth The Sot-Weed Factor And when the matter of hostages arose, the mother had said ‘Pray God they will take Harry, for then we'd be quit of him for fair, and not a penny poorer.’
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for fair

To the greatest or fullest extent possible: Our team was beaten for fair in that tournament.
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Caption: Shannon O'Neill From left, Monika Ostrowidzki, Casey Gallagher and Andreia Marcuccio promote Siena Students for Fair Trade at a college-wide club fair in September 2013 at Siena College in Loudonville, N.Y.
Though buyers pay more for Fair Trade products, the consumer doesn't, necessarily.
It is not possible for Fair Trade to guarantee the quantities that will be bought at the guaranteed price." And when market demand falls, Mohan notes, fair trade buyers can easily escape their purchasing commitments without suffering any retaliation.
"We think it bodes well for the long-term success of Fair Trade that during the past five years awareness levels have more than quadrupled," says Stacy Geagan Wagner, director of marketing and public relations for Fair Trade USA.
If you would like to help support Wales' position as the first Fair Trade Nation and make a real difference to the lives of producers in developing countries please visit www.fairtradewales.com Elen Jones National Coordinator for Fair Trade Wales
However, a number of modest and unrelated recent events suggest that the funeral for fair use might be a bit premature.
certifying agency for Fair Trade Certified products, together with retailers, product licensees, and grass-roots coalitions across the United States.
She refuted claims that supermarkets charge a premium for fair trade wine to wangle more money from ethically conscious consumers.
It ensures that IFAT members are trustworthy in their commitment to fair trade and consists of self-assessment against a set of Standards for Fair Trade Organizations, mutual review between trading partners and external verification.
There is a growing market for Fair Trade products across several food categories.