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Synonyms for justice

Synonyms for justice

the state, action, or principle of treating all persons equally in accordance with the law

a public official who decides cases brought before a court of law in order to administer justice

Synonyms for justice

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If you participate in dance competitions and take the chance of choosing the Madonna song for the 8-year-old, and you offend the judges, are you doing justice to your dancer?
BIBR: Books like this come out so quickly that some might question if the commercial interest is more important than doing justice to the subject.
It turns out in the end that he murdered her and their two daughters while on a concert tour performing, but not doing justice to, Schonberg's quartet.
Calling them tribute albums isn't doing justice to the imaginative arrangements or pairing of material, like Los Lobos doing ``I Wanna Be Like You'' from Jungle Book or Sinead O'Conner singing ``Someday My Prince Will Come'' or Suzanne Vega's a capella version of ``Stay Awake'' and a rather twisted ``Heigh Ho'' by Tom Waits.
The various versions of satisfaction atonement function with the assumption that doing justice or righting wrongs depends on retribution.
The usual vitrines and video monitors are only partially capable of doing justice to these media-specific forms of communication.
My prayer," said Archbishop Peers in the sermon referred to above, "is that the Spirit of God will give us courage and hope to carry on, not to weary of our Lord's call to be converted, not to weary of doing justice.
I watched 191 people in Cleveland take their stand, tears streaming down their faces, because for the first time in their life they had a teeny tiny sense of doing justice.
Winning has become more important than doing justice," complained Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz in a 1999 Chicago Tribune interview.
Stuart Maun, landlord of the Poacher's Pocket, thought the local, in Kingswood Road, was not doing justice to the ordinary drinker.
At times Werner introduces important matters, briefly comments, and then rushes on to another example without doing justice to the topic he has raised (for instance, in his provocative but frustratingly truncated treatment of Leon Forrest's work).
Steiner does have a "political" aim, however, insofar as he clearly intends to oppose the invasiveness of socialist Paternalism, while at the same time doing justice to the claims of equality in a quite radical way.
A single chapter of 26 pages tries to cover contract provisions ranging from management rights to seniority, wages and fringe benefits, doing justice to none of them.
The counsel for petitioner told that the court had issued orders on previous hearing that secretary science and technology should provide opportunity for doing justice to the petitioner.
But UP's Panchayati Raj Minister Balram Yadav says, " Even though Sonia wins the seat every time, she is not doing justice to the people.