from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To free from bias or prejudice.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To free from bias or prejudice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To free from bias; turn or free from prejudice or prepossession.
Of course CNN will spins this party division on Clinton with their laughable "unbias" reporting.
Enjoy yourself tomorrow and for the "unbias" journalists out there, don't tell us what we should get from football :
Then you could at least compare the offers vs. an "unbias" benchmark to see if either the players or teams are way off.
The real story here is the new low that our 'unbias' media has sunk to.
I have not eaten at Bon Chon, KyoChon or Mad for Chicken before so hopefully my palate will be unbias.
Sanders has made dubious claims which make me question his devotion to the subject in an unbias manner.
If you truly want to appear unbias, it is your responsibility to point these things out instead of allowing misconceptions to continue.
MSNBC is the only unbias cable news station out there.
All of you should lose your jobs .... what ever happened to fair - unbias reporting??
I'll be watching your unbias reporting, if you ever get to doing so.
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