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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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Traffic requests vary over time in a heterogeneous traffic environment, and hence short-term fairness also varies with time.
Isom and 10th Circuit Judge Peter Estrada from the Supreme Court Standing Committee on Fairness and Diversity assisted in preparing and presenting the program.
"This latest release of Radar gives insurers the tools they need to measure fairness in their pricing models and to deliver on their commitment to giving their customers clear and fair information so they can make the right decision."
In the past Aima Khan, Mawra Hocane, Ainy Jaffri, Fawad Khan, Shoaib Malik and Syra Shahroz have also been been featured in fairness cream ads.
PSE president and CEO Ramon Monzon said the PSE has proposed to select the fairness opinion evaluators to erase any doubts.
Influenced by this community, Accenture Applied Intelligence has developed a fairness tool to understand and address bias in both the data and the algorithmic models that are at the core of AI systems.
Second, the concept of intergenerational fairness is considered with particular reference to intergenerational justice and equity.
This book explores obstacles to fairness in criminal proceedings.
ReeBonn Cosmetics (Pvt) Ltd, a pioneering herbal cosmetic company operating in Sri Lanka unveiled its newest product, 'ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion' that gives a bright, soft and glowing skin to the users.
Behavioral economics experiments have shown that people are not completely rational and have fairness perceptions.

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