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a traveling show

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gathering of producers to promote business

a competitive exhibition of farm products

a sale of miscellany

join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly

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free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception

not excessive or extreme

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very pleasing to the eye

(of a baseball) hit between the foul lines

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lacking exceptional quality or ability

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attractively feminine

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(of a manuscript) having few alterations or corrections

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gained or earned without cheating or stealing

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free of clouds or rain

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(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored

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in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating

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without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner

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New Fordley Juniors were under-16 champions and also runners-up, West Moor Girls taking the Fair Play Award.
TOUGH CHOICE: Manchester City are particularly freescoring this season, but if all clubs adhered to Financial Fair Play, would we be able to see such talented players like Sergio Aguero (pictured) play week in week out in the Premier League?
Uefa insists, however, that FFP will stimulate competition, and a spokesman said: "Uefa is aware, that there are large differences between the comparative wealth of different clubs and countries, but financial fair play does not have financial equality as its objective.
It's very important for the fair play and the competition itself, that there's a playing field that we all feel we can compete in," the Northern Irishman (http://soccernet.
A statement released by The Premier League said: "Fulham FC has finished the season as the highest placed club in the 2010/11 Fair Play League that has not already qualified for Uefa competitions via the 2010/11 Barclays Premier League.
Those looking for fair play shouldn't stand alone, let's really look for fair play and referees should understand what fair play is," he said.
Let there really be fair play, let the referees understand what the words fair play mean," Argentina's coach, targetting fouling, told a news conference.
What is so important about these Respect and Fair Play Awards is that they acknowledge those who play fair and encourage fair play - true sportsmen and women.
The CIFP awarded Abeylegesse, the first Turkish athlete ever to set a world record, with Pierre de Coubertin World Fair Play Trophy, a prize given for a gesture of fair play.
The spot in the first qualifying round will go to the highest-placed team in the Premiership's own fair play chart who have not already secured European football next season.
The second set of negotiations for the NZNO/ District Health Board (DHB) Nurses' and Midwives' Multi-Employer Collective Agreement (MECA) are scheduled for late this month, with the formal launch of NZNO's Fair Play Campaign scheduled for International Working Women's Day on March 8.
As in election years past, Americans United in 2006 is ramping up its "Project Fair Play," a special effort to educate religious leaders about federal tax law and political activity.
Tottenham Hotspur missed out on a place in next season's Uefa Cup following a Fair Play draw at half-time of the opening match of the Women's European Championships.
The sportsmen launched the NSPCC Fair Play initiative at Gabalfa Primary School in Cardiff yesterday.
The overall winner is Paolo Di Canio, whose sporting behaviour in a West Ham vs Everton match - when he passed up a great scoring opportunity as the keeper was lying injured on the ground - was voted the best example of fair play.