evenhandedness love

Definitions

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  • noun The quality or state of being evenhanded

Etymologies

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evenhanded +‎ -ness

Examples

  • To any sensible person, evenhandedness is a good thing.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bauer Against Mitchell

  • Not that there’s an indisputable answer, but I don’t think it’s unfair for a news organ to decide that evenhandedness is inappropriate here.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » CNN Profiles Lawyers in Same-Sex Marriage Case

  • He turned the notion of evenhandedness and international law into a private fiefdom where science and technology are distributed according to the whims of Washington mandarins.

    Dubai and the Straits of Hormuz

  • But there's a price to be paid for that evenhandedness, which is that judges have less information.

    HLS News

  • But there's a price to be paid for that evenhandedness, which is that judges have less information.

    HLS News

  • But there's a price to be paid for that evenhandedness, which is that judges have less information.

    HLS News

  • On the contrary, Mr. Obama and his team are all great worshipers at the shrine of "evenhandedness," which has long served as a deceptive euphemism for pressuring Israel to make unilateral concessions to Palestinian demands.

    How Obama's America Might Threaten Israel

  • I would assume that colleagues strongly approved of "evenhandedness" in the classroom — which is the conventional pose, even among lawprofs who are politically engaged outside of class.

    Barack Obama at the University of Chicago Law School.

  • Edelman does indeed speak with "fierce honesty," but the kind of spurious "evenhandedness" attributed to him by Davies is altogether foreign to him.

    Poles and Jews: An Exchange

  • Foxman expressed outrage at the idea that the United States should demonstrate any "evenhandedness" in conducting Middle East Policy.

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