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free from undue bias or preconceived opinions

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By stating what you have, falsely -- about intimidation -- you have reinforced my fear that I cannot expect an unprejudiced and fair investigation at your hands.
The majority of judges are objective, fair-minded and unprejudiced in determining the outcome of trials.
Whether he is guilty or not, it is important that this trial -- which has the potential to rivet observers outside Pakistan and in the state as well -- is organised in a democratic and unprejudiced manner.
A Dubai-based mother of an Indian girl doing pre-medicine in the UK said: "Much as I would like to be unprejudiced, I am perturbed by this news.
8220;India VoIP Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2017” provides detailed and unprejudiced overview on the Indian VoIP market.
This is a decision of two brave and unprejudiced judges who believe that Home Secretary couldn't show reasonable cause for her nearly forty months delay to make her decision about my medical evidence and health deterioration, but still my concerns are the impacts and consequences of this long time delay.
Islamabad, May 23( ANI ): Pakistan Peoples Party's lawmaker Saleem Khursheed Khokar has asked the government to provide 'an unprejudiced curriculum' to minority students, and demanded that laws be equal for them.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif Monday said his party will not allow establishment and the secret forces to move into action in the next general elections, adding he is in agreement over elections to be held under an unprejudiced Election Commission.
At the inception of our unitary council, many felt this would bring unity on many important issues, not least the implementation of a fair and unprejudiced parking policy.
It is a chance to celebrate Major League Baseball's unprejudiced commitment to excellence -- a commitment, undiminished for decades, to judge solely on the basis of individual ability and achievement.
I, on the other hand, am a completely unprejudiced, unbiased Glaswegian who knows everything about my city is the best on planet earth.
Her analysis of the religious situation, particularly the Christian churches already in existence and the Norwegian and Finnish Lutheran reactions to these preconditions, is unprejudiced and on the mark.
Making its findings public in September of that same year, the Commission not only cleared Trotsky, a leader of the Russian Revolution, of all charges, but also concluded that the general "conduct of the Moscow trials was such as to convince any unprejudiced person that no effort was made to ascertain the truth" and found "the Moscow trials to be frame-ups"--years before the 1956 revelations of Nikita Khrushchev to the 20th Party Congress of the Soviet Union began to prompt a much wider recognition of the fraudulent nature of the Moscow proceedings.
All our political parties should develop an unprejudiced cooperation to make this reform.
In fact, Butler argues that to forgive is to avoid abuses of resentment and to respond to an offender just as any unprejudiced "good men" would respond.