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  • r  without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner

  • The initiative of the President, addressed evenhandedly in duplicate to President Eduard Benes of Czechoslovakia and to German Fhrer Adolf Hitler, contained a solemn injunction .
  • If comprehensive studies ignore the issue of race in the prison setting, can we really expect that hate crimes are going to be prosecuted evenhandedly?.
  • Of course, having no heroes to extol does not prevent political columnists from assessing, evenhandedly or subjectively, the demerits of all the candidates.

  • Mitch McConnell in Christian Science Monitor
    We will thoroughly examine her record to ensure she understands that the role of a jurist in our democracy is to apply the law evenhandedly, despite their own feelings or personal or political preferences,said Republican Senate leader Mitch...
  • Condoleezza Rice in AHN
    It is imperative that, in implementing these various requirements, we treat both major presidential candidates evenhandedly,Rice added.

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