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David Woodhead, director of the Independent Schools Council Information Service, said, "This risks doing an injustice to individuals.
That's the way it looked, but that would be doing an injustice to the quite phenomenal rearguard action which ensued, overseen by the mercurial talents of 28-year-old Lamaison.
The club would being doing an injustice to itself if it got rid of him," he said.
Jasvinder Gakhal, of DL4B, said: "Whilst most letting agents are transparent and fair, a minority are doing an injustice to the majority through 'double dipping' activities.
You can only deal with what's in front of you and I would be doing an injustice to the supporters and the team if I just surrendered the FA Cup.
We are doing an injustice to our students by not having all the resources[they need] at their fingertips; these resources need to be available starting at the earliest ages for each child.
If you don't give your all you are doing an injustice to all those that have been selected before you.
I had to decide as quickly as possible the needs of the club (if any) before it could be classed as a promotion probability, and at the same time, I had to try individuals and groups of individuals in permutations of positions in order to be certain I had not overlooked anything and was not doing an injustice to anybody.