one-sidedness


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Synonyms for one-sidedness

an inclination for or against that inhibits impartial judgment

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If the wife is to assume that she must deliver a very one-sided support in the future, this one-sidedness makes no real partnership.
The doctor said that if the seven-time world champion's wife is to assume that she must deliver a very one-sided support in the future, this one-sidedness makes no real partnership, adding that Corinna would for sure have need for a break and rest and she should give in to that.
And while the gutlessness of the Gunners was one contributory factor to the one-sidedness of the scoreline, this was the most resounding endorsement yet of the philosophy Roberto Martinez believes can see Everton crash through the glass ceiling his predecessor constantly cracked his head against.
Corps officials say they aren't publicly releasing the maps because of federal security requirements, the maps' complexity and concerns about their perceived one-sidedness.
These bodies should not close their eyes to the one-sidedness or political posturing of certain media persons who are influenced by their own commercial or political motives or those of their owners.
Any one-sidedness in her framing chapter is generally redeemed by the thoroughness and balance of her reporting throughout this insightful book.
However, both Jaber and Bou Habib emphasized that the Army was fully immune against allegations of bias or one-sidedness.
Esteban Granero's injury time effort from 20 yards only helped hide the one-sidedness of the defeat.
It's a remarkable tale of total one-sidedness and that familiar story could well continue today.
Criticising government policies for one-sidedness and accusing policy makers of bulldozing through legislation that favours only trade unions, the NEF argues that the impact of Namibian labour laws were not properly researched before being drafted and promulgated.
After a liberalism in principle led to a glaring one-sidedness, the EU has decided to set up a response instrument to apply the reciprocity principle' more positively.
People with autism are there, alongside the action if not completely in it - they listen, and often can talk fairly well if not quite converse - but there's a strange one-sidedness, like extreme shyness perhaps, only that's not it.
THE Human Rights and Social Development Ministry has refuted Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) representative Richard Sollom's tweets alleging that the government accused the group of one-sidedness and the minister refused to meet him.
Akhbar Al Khaleej Ministry denies allegations The Human Rights and Social Development Ministry has refuted Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) representative Richard Sollom's tweets alleging that the government accused the group of one-sidedness and the minister refused to meet him.
The one-sidedness of Auerbach's story is most apparent when he discusses Hebron Arabs.