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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.
No evidence, just similar-looking skeletal remains (often remarkable for their partialness), mostly out of sequence.
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.
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.
It is too bland and hook-devoid for the heart-on-their-sleeves teenage demographic and too polished and pop-punk-easy-listening for anybody with a faint partialness to even the most staunch minimalist of virile tendencies.
Peter Donolo demonstrates far too much partialness towards the liberals with his comments.
The news of Cheryl’s partialness to catbag could come as a blow to a number of her former suitor.