partiality


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a predisposition to like something

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But the 3rd Circuit found that evident partiality arises only if "a reasonable person would have to conclude that [an arbitrator] was partial to one side.
Only the US and Israel accused Falk of bias and his report of lack of objectivity and partiality.
Surveying the past two hundred years, the five essays chronicle changing attitudes, and how partiality influences whole nations.
But Ahmad Behzad, an MP from Herat, insisted UNAMA's deputy head -- fired earlier in the month -- wanted to unmask the Eide's partiality during the presidential polls in favour of a candidate.
For example, although confessing partiality to the idea of the "cognition of the heart," he traces the shift of belief in the heart as the seat of emotion to the brain.
He encourages his readers to make their own the mind and heart of God, who does not show partiality.
He stressed that a meeting held earlier this week in the White House which brought Obama together with leading Jewish figures paved the way for showing Obama's true colors, especially his partiality to the Jews against the Arabs.
Vogt denied Gerlach's request to change the location of the trial, but told his attorney, Rebecca Davis, that she could renew her request if partiality appears to be a problem during jury selection.
In the current Test, it was Gautam Gambhir who has fallen victim to the wrath of Chris Broad, a referee with no less partiality than Mike Procter, and who slapped him with a one-match ban.
A deftly written suspense novel that holds the reader's rapt attention from an engaging beginning to its compelling ending, "The Rice Queen Spy" is a the story of Philip Croft, a master spy for MI6, Her Majesty's premier intelligence agency, until he was outed for being homosexual with a partiality towards Asian men.
This alleged partiality to Stalin poisoned further relations with Labour.
Contrary to the rhetoric of pure impartiality, in our lives we take some forms of partiality for granted, not just as a human weakness.
Over time, the percentage of Americans not having any partiality in the dispute -- either favoring both sides, favoring neither side, or having no opinion -- has decreased.
As if by my magic I rediscovered my partiality to a nice cod and chips.
The Devil's Partiality, John Hardy and Love Never Dies were among the highlights of yet another memorable set by a consummate performer.
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