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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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Indeed, the concept of fairness is a significant factor in consumer evaluations (Xia & Monroe, 2008).
The congestion control mechanism of TCP supports long-term fairness among flows sharing the link; thus, the traffic for each source is controlled in some way.
Isom and 10th Circuit Judge Peter Estrada from the Supreme Court Standing Committee on Fairness and Diversity assisted in preparing and presenting the program.
Douglas opposed the Fairness Doctrine on the same grounds: "I fail to see," he wrote in 1973 in Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
Sixty six (33%) patients used potent TCs 100 (50%) patients used TCs in combination with various fairness creams and 34 (17%) patients used fairness creams exclusively.
Step 3: Protects- the fairness against sun, dust and pollution
White Radiance Intensive Fairness Serum and Cream have Olay's CelLucent Complex.
The evolution of our sense of fairness is the subject of this work by a professor of biology at the Central Washington University and the co-author of two previous books.
They through service fairness, service quality, and price fairness inspire everyone in the firm to facilitate in building long lasting customer relationships.
LOW-COST airlines, estate agents and gyms are among businesses that face being taken to court over the fairness of hidden charges under proposals put forward by the bodies which recommend law reform.
Washington, August 16 ( ANI ): Humans could be the only animals that are sensitive to fairness, a new study has suggested.

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