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  • n. The condition of being partial; partiality

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  • n. the state of being only a part; not total; incomplete


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  • And they must face the slowness and partialness of social change while continuing to dream big.

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  • No evidence, just similar-looking skeletal remains (often remarkable for their partialness), mostly out of sequence.

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  • Here I soon began to suffer (what I now suppose) the ill effects of the false education and false living (the tobacco-chewing, physical inertness, mental partialness, and the rest) of long foregoing years.

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  • Not to recognize the partialness and imperfection of this record in all these respects is to be guilty of a grave disloyalty to the kingdom of the truth.

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  • Peter Donolo demonstrates far too much partialness towards the liberals with his comments.

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  • The news of Cheryl’s partialness to catbag could come as a blow to a number of her former suitor.

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