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  • r  in an inequitable manner
    their father's possessions were inequitably divided among the sons

  • Any Western-trained physician who has practiced even briefly in a poor country is acutely aware of how inequitably money and medical care are distributed in the world.
  • The Pentagon could feel the rustle among parents worried about the draft, and hear the gripes of reservists and guardsmen unwillingly and inequitably called back to the colors.
  • The package would give proportionately little relief to those who are most inequitably burdened by the present codethe upper-middle-income taxpayers.

  • Jack O’Connell in Black Voice News
    The fact is that the JFC ignored our public safety mission and services to law enforcement, crime victims and citizens across this state. We never imagined that the Justice Department would be treated so inequitably and in such a seemingly partisan... JB Van Hollen Chicago Tribune,0,2751607.story&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGrjSncbADUO32lLwfiWEM0JaGwHQ Jun 2, 2009 51360 68902 inequitably I do not believe the burden to solve the crisis should fall so inequitably on the shoulders of state employees," O'Connell wrote Monday to Schwarzenegger's personnel department.

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