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- adv. In a manner that is unfair, which is not just.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unfair or unjust manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unfair manner
Therefore, upon graduation I joined Teach for America in an effort to Resume help "at risk" children remove the label unfairly placed upon them by society.
Toward that end, Livingston says his top priority if elected would be to place a charter amendment on the ballot aimed at repealing the city's earnings tax, which he describes as unfairly tilted in favor of the wealthy.
In 1939 London, Miss Guinevere Pettigrew is a middle-aged governess who finds herself once again unfairly dismissed from her job.
No. And no one is treating Palin unfairly, thery are treating her like they treat the average American.
How come all the other media treat Palin unfairly?
The CNN story "Obama, Clinton supporters both say Clinton attacking unfairly", is misleading.
The delay just gave Obama the advantage and once again unfairly handicapped Clinton. gary
They knocked HRC unfairly from the competition so that they could then coronate the young black man as KING.
McCain's staff is making it sound like Obama went after McCain unfairly when in fact, it's exactly the opposite ...
Anyone who claims that the DNC treated Michigan or Florida unfairly is insane.
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