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without fear or favour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwithout fear or favourwithout fear or favourBritish English formalFAIR in a fair way The law must be enforced without fear or favour. fear
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without fear or favourNow near retirement after a long career in product development, Mr Dulude can presumably act without fear or favour.He had some home truths to impart and presented them without fear or favour.
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