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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunbiasedun‧bi‧ased /ʌnˈbaɪəst/ AWL adjective  FAIRunbiased information, advice etc is fair because the person giving it is not influenced by their own or other people’s opinions syn impartial We aim to provide a service that is balanced and unbiased. an unbiased observer
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unbiasedTelevision news was pervasive, undifferentiated, and relatively unbiased.Tests have shown that women are more likely to respond to unbiased employment advertisements.Women need accurate, unbiased information about their options when they become pregnant.While your commentary should naturally be unbiased, it is reasonable that it should include possible reasons for any patterns revealed.All the publicity is making it hard to find an unbiased jury.This murder case has had so much media publicity that it will be difficult to find an unbiased jury.Some argue that the media are essentially a mirror, attempting to report political facts in a relatively straight forward and unbiased manner.The best solution would be a re-vote in Florida under the supervision of unbiased observers.Every effort is made to obtain an unbiased opinion.There's loads of unbiased tips on how to ensure your child gets the most out of the computer and the software.
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