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fair Definitions

adj

of a coin or die, having equal chance of landing on any side, unbiased.

adv

clearly, openly, frankly, civilly, honestly, favorably, auspiciously, agreeably

noun

good fortune; good luck.

a travelling amusement park (called a funfair in british english and a (travelling) carnival in us english).

verb

to make fair or beautiful.

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  • ready your résumé. before attending a fair, you should prepare a résumé. bring several copies to the fair. leave at least one with every company that seems promising. a résumé lists your name, contact information, education, and experience, both paid and unpaid. it emphasizes accomplishments and skills. most résumés for entry-level jobs are one page. bls.gov

  • during the covid-19 pandemic, show organizers should follow cdc’s considerations for events and gatherings when deciding whether to hold, postpone, or cancel a fair, agricultural show, or other event where animals may be exhibited. planners should also act in accordance with state and local jurisdictional guidance with regards to continuing operations at fair grounds or agricultural shows. cdc.gov

  • a strict comparison between the specific hispanic som rates of the march 1976 cps data and the 1990 decennial census sor data would not be statistically viable. the cps included a central or south american category as one of its hispanic origin choices. respondents with central or south american origins would have chosen the other hispanic category on the 1990 decennial census questionnaires. the mixture of these respondents into the sor hispanic origin categories prevented a fair comparison with similar categories from the cps test. census.gov

  • after working secretly to publish the russian-language edition in the netherlands, the cia moved quickly to ensure that copies of doctor zhivago were available for distribution to soviet visitors at the 1958 brussels world’s fair.  by the end of the fair, 355 copies of doctor zhivago had been surreptitiously handed out, and eventually thousands more were distributed throughout the communist bloc. cia.gov

  • the best known fair-trade food is fair-trade coffee, but fair-trade choices now include fruits and vegetables, honey, herbs and spices, beans and grains, sugar, cocoa, nuts and oilseeds, tea, wine, and even body care products. to shop fair-trade items, simply swap out these products for non- fair-trade items on your shipping list. everydayhealth.com

  • one of iowa’s most popular and iconic events is its state fair. the iowa state fair began as a small event in the 1850s. today the fair attracts a million visitors each year. the fair features traditional elements like carnival rides, agricultural contests, and fair food. perhaps its most famous feature is its annual butter sculpture; every year since 1911 sculptors have made elaborate sculptures out of butter ranging from john deere tractors to da vinci’s last supper. the state fair is the setting of the musical state fair. factmonster.com

  • we already know from the state of cancer report that an overwhelming majority — 89 percent — turn to the internet after being diagnosed with cancer. and because the average person will spend more than five years of their life on social media, it’s fair to assume these individuals are largely turning to facebook, twitter, instagram, snapchat, and youtube for advice, support, and encouragement. healthline.com

  • very few medicaid managed care beneficiaries, in either state we studied, use the expedited review process. oregon does not track requests for expedited fair hearings separately from those for standard fair hearings, but state officials estimate that less than 10 percent of the 415 fair hearing requests received in 2000 were for expedited reviews.40 on average, only one request for an expedited fair hearing is granted each year. thus, in oregon almost 98 percent of expedited fair hearing requests are denied. hhs.gov

  • one of iowa’s most popular and iconic events is its state fair. the iowa state fair began as a rather small event in the 1850s. today the fair attracts over a million visitors each year. the fair features traditional elements like carnival rides, agricultural contests, and fair food (corn dogs, fried oreos, and so on). perhaps its most famous feature is its annual butter sculpture; every year since 1911 sculptors have made elaborate sculptures out of butter ranging from john deere tractors to da vinci’s last supper. the state fair is the setting of the musical state fair. infoplease.com

  • bareback rider and bucking bronco in phoenix at the all-indian rodeo, a featured competition, open only to native americans with proof of tribal identification, at the annual arizona state fair, which has been held since 1884, eighteen years before statehood, when it was a territorial fair 2018-10-20. | 1 photograph | highsmith, carol m., 1946-lc-dig-highsm- 53679 (online) [p&p] | lc-dig-highsm-53679 (original digital file) loc.gov

  • while having chemotherapy before surgery significantly reduced the amount of cancer in her body, leann still had a fair amount of disease. as a result, during the surgery her abdominal lining, or peritoneum, was stripped; her uterus and ovaries were removed; her gallbladder was removed; and parts of her colon were taken out. mayoclinic.org

  • sparrow: i guess the answer depends on what you mean by fair. i certainly agree that fair isn't the same as getting the same thing. you're right that children of different ages need different things. parents should feel perfectly confident in asserting and helping their children to understand and accept, as much as they may resist it, that being fair means identifying each child's different needs and responding to those. being fair doesn't mean the same thing for each child. medicinenet.com

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  • other comments focused on the issue of determining "fair market value" when making compensation arrangements for healthcare providers, including the volume and value of referrals. "does the method of compensation impact the fair market value? i think it does in some cases," said hutzler. "some compensation situations are riskier than others and may warrant additional pay as a result of that... it's hard to de-couple entirely volume and value from fair market value, but we can certainly try." medpagetoday.com

  • that was only the first fair of my week.  it paled in comparison to the new york state fair, which i attended with my family over the weekend.  the new york state fair takes place in syracuse, new york.  both my parents grew up in syracuse, and most of my family still lives there, so i’ve attended the fair for many years and couldn’t imagine missing one!  i had a great (and unapologetically unhealthy!) time. merckmanuals.com

  • since burkina faso gained its independence from france in 1960, this sub-saharan nation has been plagued by numerous coup attempts and political turbulence. however, the country has been generally stable politically since 1987. international observers reported that the presidential elections held in november of 2005 were free and fair as well as relatively peaceful. nationmaster.com