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  • The film would be released the following spring, long after the fair had ended.
  • They have taken action to make sure that they have fair and open tax systems.
  • The market hall and the site of the fair were near the chapel.
  • For the first time in American history, an international fair had paid for itself.
  • Property tax is based on fair market value of the subject property.
  • The Spring Fair is the largest entirely student-run fair in the country.
  • The open-ended concept of fair use is not observed in Canadian law.
  • The remaining roads were little more than fair-weather earth and sand tracks.
  • The only way I can have a fair competition is if your records are on the radio.
  • The elections however have been described as only partly free but certainly not fair.
  • There have been very few attempts at fair trade impact studies.
  • They can even fly out of the atmosphere if the weather conditions are fair.
  • As it happened, the Cold War had an additional effect on the fair.
  • But what of the fairer side of college life could they ever know? Cited from Lighted to Lighten: The Hope of India, by Alice B. Van Doren
  • More than these things will she give, who looks fairer than all these things? Cited from Punch, Vol. 102, April 30, 1892, Ed. by Francis Burnand
  • All fair trade products must meet standards such as these.
  • They need a master that provides firm but fair leadership.
  • But these make a fairer show when they are spent than when they are kept. Cited from Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy, by Boethius
  • He also won the club best and fairest award for the second straight year.
  • Probably no two young people ever began married life with a fairer future before them than these. Cited from Mercy Philbrick's Choice, by Helen Hunt Jackson
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Meaning of fair

  • noun Gathering of producers to promote business
    world fair, trade fair, book fair
  • noun A competitive exhibition of farm products
    she won a blue ribbon for her baking at the county fair
  • verb Join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
  • adjective Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules
    a fair referee, fair deal, on a fair footing, a fair fight, by fair means or foul
  • adjective (of a baseball) hit between the foul lines
    he hit a fair ball over the third base bag