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The role of America is to play an even-handed broker,'' Lekovic said.
Dave Jones faces a charge of bringing the game into disrepute for his post-match blast at Rennie - but the Wolves boss is not suffering alone, with the FA attempting a more even-handed approach to refereeing rows.
Written by Neil Kressel, a social psychologist at New Jersey's William Paterson University, and his wife Dorit, a practicing attorney, this surprisingly engaging book provides an even-handed accounting of the methods and madness of this relatively new phenomenon, and the possible implications for American justice.
However, Friedman is not even-handed in his examination of the relative impact of these competing forces.
He also noted, "In creating a new cutting-edge CGI feature pipeline, it was critical that we carefully evaluate, in a very even-handed manner, the capabilities of our production tools.
MembershipFirst charges that SAG's current leadership neglects to provide members with even-handed discussions of issues but have instead used the official SAG magazine, official SAG mailings and official SAG e-mail ``to relentlessly attack anyone with an opposing or alternative viewpoint.
Murray said: "Rangers fully appreciate the major dilemma caused to UEFA and fully support this decision to resolve the matter in an even-handed manner.
Each phase of Masolino's career is covered in an even-handed manner, although one might quibble with her dating of certain works.
Green Car Journal Special Edition provides a forum for serious and even-handed technology and policy discussions amid colorful layouts and exciting feature stories about fuel cell vehicles, alternative fuels, high-performance hybrids, and production vehicles.
MembershipFirst charges that SAG's current leaders fail to provide members with even-handed discussions of issues but have instead used such communications tools as the official SAG magazine, official SAG mailings and official SAG e-mail ``to relentlessly attack anyone with an opposing or alternative viewpoint,'' as the group words it in a printed statement.
He said last night: "I consider this to be a fair and even-handed compromise taking all matters into consideration.
After presenting what he thought was an even-handed account of the strengths and weaknesses of the charter school movement, Fuller found speakers for rival factions gleefully uniting to skin him alive.
In her even-handed explication of his relation to the art and art criticism of his time, Mary Ann Calo has stood back from the critical fray attending Berenson's legacy, and from his spirited and aphoristic prose, to reflect on the context and the intellectual moment of his thought.
Homebuilders now must take a fresh look at their arbitration provisions and redraft them, where necessary, to ensure that they conform to law and are fair and even-handed," Bley added.
Although a confessed Disneyphile and the beneficiary of unprecedented cooperation from both the Disney Archive and the Disney family, Watts has produced an admirably even-handed work that should hold considerable interest even for those cynical souls who find themselves congenitally out of sympathy with the Disney aesthetic.