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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

References in classic literature ?
ITHURIEL and ZEPHON, with wingd speed Search through this Garden, leav unsearcht no nook, But chiefly where those two fair Creatures Lodge, Now laid perhaps asleep secure of harme.
Back stept those two fair Angels half amaz'd So sudden to behold the grieslie King; Yet thus, unmovd with fear, accost him soon.
They told each other in a few words the events of their lives; they showed the true affection of brothers in all its strength; then the judge embraced Zoraida, putting all he possessed at her disposal; then he made his daughter embrace her, and the fair Christian and the lovely Moor drew fresh tears from every eye.
Our work is done," whispered the Elves, and with blessings on the two fair flowers, they flew away to other homes;--to a blind old man who dwelt alone with none to love him, till through long years of darkness and of silent sorrow the heart within had grown dim and cold.
They whispered sweet words of comfort,--how, if the darkened eyes could find no light without, within there might be never-failing happiness; gentle feelings and sweet, loving thoughts could make the heart fair, if the gloomy, selfish sorrow were but cast away, and all would be bright and beautiful.
There was an unlimited range of society--the powerful, the wise, the witty, and the famous in every walk of life; princes, presidents, poets, generals, artists, actors, and philanthropists,--all making their own market at the fair, and deeming no price too exorbitant for such commodities as hit their fancy.
A few articles, however, could not be found genuine at Vanity Fair.
And under these rooms, a fair and large cellar, sunk under ground; and likewise some privy kitchens, with butteries and pantries, and the like.
Beyond this front, is there to be a fair court, but three sides of it, of a far lower building than the front.
Tell her, fair cousin, that 'tis no longer the fashion, and that the hinge (gond) and the laurel (laurier) embroidered on her robe give her the air of a walking mantlepiece.
look, fair Godmother Fleur-de-Lys, at that pretty dancer who is dancing on the pavement and playing the tambourine in the midst of the loutish bourgeois
I'll hold the best of you twenty marks," quoth bold Robin, "that I hit the clout at threescore rods, by the good help of Our Lady fair.
On accosting the landlord, the fair gentleman volunteered the following statement:
War, which had wrought evil upon so many fair cities around, had brought nought but good to this one.
For they knew that when the King learned that fair Deirdre had been stolen from him, he would be exceeding wrathful.