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Fair

In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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In a post on its website, Met Eireann said: "There will be bright spells on Saturday but fairly widespread showers also, some of which will be heavy.
Today is set to have a fairly cloudy start, and some parts could see scattered showers, clearing up and making way for a fairly bright afternoon.
ALMOST half of people in Wales believe their complaints to police will not be handled fairly.
The survey also found that 48% of Cypriots (38% of Greeks) are `very or fairly satisfied "with the ticket price for public transport, while 16% (54% in Greece) are" fairly or very dissatisfied.
STAT ATTACK with ALAN HODGSON Royal visits fairly even TOWN'S home record against Reading is fairly even with them having won eight games to the Berkshire side's seven, while four games have ended all square.
Fifty-four percent said they were following the death of Steve Jobs very or fairly closely.
Five percent said the country is doing very well, while 38 percent said it is doing fairly well.
AFTER a devastating accident left successful businesswoman Veronica Harnett unable to return to work, she decided to turn her hobby of cake making and passion for fairly traded products into a thriving business after getting the right mix of training from Business Link.
Summary: Some don't even know if their paid fairly or not.
Christina Dorothy Fairly and Ryan Walter Burrage were united in holy matrimony at six o'clock in the evening on June 6, 2009, at Lakeside Presbyterian Church in Brandon.
1 : in a just and proper manner <I was treated fairly.
Smaller companies are not being fairly valued by the stock market, making many of them look to private equity for funding, according to a survey by accountants BDO Stoy Hayward.