Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of fair: more fair

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Examples

  • The light-eyed, round-headed Scott Panzer flew the coop this month, migrating from brokerage Newmark Knight Frank to what he describes as the fairer environs of rival firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

    Poached! Panzer and Co. Jump from Newmark to Jones Lang

  • Washington is heading a campaign for what it calls a fairer sharing of the burden in the fight against Taliban insurgents.

    Afstan combat switcheroo?

  • The United States is heading a campaign, ahead of an April NATO summit in Bucharest, for what it calls a fairer sharing of the burden in the fight against Taliban insurgents.

    Poles closer to increasing forces in Afstan by 400

  • Newmark Knight Frank to what he describes as the fairer environs of rival firm

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  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

  • The baby has black hair, dark brown eyes -- and skin fairer than hers and his father's, a matter of great pride.

    Amor y romanticismo 3

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