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I think that this information is really important so that there’s not unfair pay.
Cardona then said he thought it “would be unfair to compare” states with high and low NAEP test scores and assume that class sizes didn’t matter, saying that some communities may have more resources than others.
This is unfair to the players, who rightfully think the game will be called the same way in the second half as it was in the first.
However, if the Code, in its current form, becomes law, it may end up favoring larger publishers over smaller ones and providing one vertical with an inherently unfair advantage in the search results.
“It’s so unfair to those who want to receive a vaccine,” she said.
Carlton Davis is the Bucs’ best cornerback, but asking him to match Hill’s speed is unfair.
Chase said the move was unfair to her constituents, leaving them without representation.
It feels unfair that she can put away the past from her mind while I’m brimming with it all the time.
That’s fairly straightforward, but also makes it hard to game the system or otherwise make it feel unfair.
Incidences of racial bias and unfair treatment need to start to get measured much like we’re looking at other aspects.

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