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  • There was, of course, no need at all for Jermayan to wrap his own blade as well as Kellen's, but Kellen supposed it had something to do with Elven notions of propriety and fair-dealing.

    Tran Siberian

  • Still, a show of mercy and fair-dealing was one of the City's greatest strengths, and each time the Selkens overstepped the bounds of civility and good taste, they only harmed themselves and strengthened Lycaelon's own position.

    Tran Siberian

  • We have been told ad nauseam that WE, not they, are the problem; that our efforts to build and sustain a livable life is the root cause of all our nation's troubles; that our expectations of fair-dealing and reasonable compensation for our labor is an undue burden upon those who profit from the sweat of our brows, our calloused hands, and our broken bodies.

    Reforming The Asylum: Can We Recover From Thirty Years Of American Insanity?

  • What about fair-dealing, open communications, good service, reliability in products and services?

    Quantifying the Unquantifiable « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website

  • What about fair-dealing, open communications, good service, reliability in products and services?

    April « 2007 « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website

  • And his own website says he has "a personal interest in maintaining the unblemished record of value, fair-dealing, and high ethical standards that has always been the firm's hallmark."

    Charles H. Green: Why Hedge Funds Got Played for Suckers by Madoff

  • It was held by the Court of Appeal in Pro Sieben Media v Carlton 1999 1 WLR 605 that where a topic is a matter of public interest and concern, coverage of that topic falls within the s.302 meaning of 'reporting' and so may be quoted on a fair-dealing basis.

    Bad Science meets Bad Copyright

  • A practice very contrary to all rules of candour and fair-dealing, and a strong instance of those polemical artifices which a bigotted zeal thinks itself authorized to employ.

    An Enquiry into the Principles of Morals

  • Although the deal still requires the approval of both Boots and Alliance investors--as well as final clearance from the U.K.'s Office of Fair Trading, an organization that tries to ensure vigorous competition between fair-dealing businesses--both boards expect the merger to complete on July 31.

    U.K. Faces Of The Week, May 15-19, 2006

  • Although the deal still requires the approval of both Boots and Alliance investors--as well as final clearance from the U.K.'s Office of Fair Trading, an organization that tries to ensure vigorous competition between fair-dealing businesses--both boards expect the merger to complete on July 31.

    Boots' Baker Confident Shareholders Will Back Alliance Merger

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