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They argued it was unfair that people who are better at statistics are more likely to win at fantasy sports.
Elliott recently told the Senate Judiciary Committee the arraignment was fundamentally unfair.
California allows governments to sue people and businesses who engage in unfair and fraudulent practices.
It’s perhaps unfair to expect Reels to match that understanding.
Cusack and Brooks argue video footage of his citation was crucial evidence that should have been saved for more than 60 days and that it’s unfair that MTS itself decides what footage is worth saving.
Annette Vissing-Jørgensen, an economist at the University of California, Berkeley, said it was fundamentally unfair that some essential workers were making less money than nonessential workers who were out of a job.
This is slightly unfair to the modern web design agency or in-house developer.
If there was any unfairness in collectors it should be inquired into; they were not appointed by the crown.
But even I was driven to protest against such flagrant unfairness. '
Then Lear declaims a monolog on the unfairness of legal judgment, which is quite out of place in the mouth of the insane Lear.

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