from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. fair and honest; just. Opposite of
- adv. justly; honestly; equitably; impartially.
- adv. justly; honestly; equitably; impartially. Opposite of
- n. in a fair, straightforward, and honest manner; justly.
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- adj. just and honest
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For example, if Google's other products don't get special treatment in its search results, won't that force Google to improve those product to win fair-and-square by Google's own algorithm rules?
And along the way, she's done more good for Alaska than whoever the Republican who would have won a fair-and-square special election for Frank's seat in the Senate would have done, or that Joe Miller will do when he is elected in November and, with Sarah sending him tweets, reinvents himself in Washington, D.C., as the Jim DeMint of the subarctic.
But the lunatic Hillary fringe really needs to stop their bizarre and irrational threats to take REVENGE! on the Democratic party and Democracy itself because their candidate lost fair-and-square.
With so many Americans unwilling to admit their candidate lost fair-and-square, they reach for the absurd -- with this presidential election being the ultimate case in point.
He loved both his daughter-in-laws in that total, fair-and-square way he insisted on.
GET OVER IT: Hillary lost fair-and-square, and after a brief period regrouping, they IMMEDIATELY came out swinging for Obama after a decent period of being stepped back from the fray.
As you probably know, a recent court ruling by the pinkos in the Supreme Court opened the doorway for terrorists and thugs incarcerated fair-and-square in
As the months pass, there is good and ill fortune, the exchange of fair-and-square favors, and, at the close, a long road back from trial and grief mollygloss.com.
Frankly, given their similarity of positions and their adult personalities, there's no way that Hillary Clinton and her husband wouldn't, after a proper sit-down with Obama, campaign all out for the fair-and-square winner.
His belligerent refusal to play fair-and-square by doing things the right way -- ours ... '