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Example sentences for unfair

He got a ton of publicity for his tirade, a reward that was pretty unfair in and of itself.
Wait lists are another unfair practice which needs to be examined carefully.
Without these conditions, trade quickly becomes inefficient and unfair.
Opponents to globalization blame free trade for unfair working conditions.
Work from high school students is screened alongside that of more experienced animators, inviting unfair comparisons.
That's unfair precisely because people aren't given the chance to decide for themselves.
And the new cry from the hired hands of the rich is that it's unfair that the wealthy should pay such a large share of taxes.
It is difficult to piece together the key elements of the bureaucratic train wreck that led to this unfair decision.
After all it's unfair for pack leaders to create this type of excited greeting and then expect him to know the difference later.
The individual who received an unfair distribution refused to take part in the study.
In some cases, disputes developed only decades after the award was made-and only with the unfair advantage of hindsight.
It's unfair to say that one bad drumbeat ruins the whole orchestra.
McClure accused the university of using a new and unfair.
Truth be told, it is probably unfair for me to add this one to the list.
Hall's characterization of a public presidential search as unfair to the applicants is somewhat disingenuous.
The current system is unfair to prisoners trying to rejoin society.
Again, to blame solar power for these kinds of problems is unfair and dishonest.
He should have also pointed out that it's grossly unfair.
She got it partly because it seemed unfair that a country so poor was the biggest net contributor.
So it's reasonable to ask whether he had an unfair advantage.
Visits now entailed six hours and a stopover in each direction, and the separation felt completely unfair.
Financial dealings are nearly always at root unfair for someone.
But in both cases they're products of an inefficient and unfair system.
For example, a six sided fair die has a higher entropy than a six sided unfair die.
Track and field's governing body fears his prosthetic limbs may give him an unfair advantage.
Land-use conversion regulations have also been tightened in an effort to reduce unrest provoked by unfair seizures of land.
If it doesn't, that seems to diminish the achievement, which seems kind of unfair since it's significant to have been approached.
We felt not offering them to say would have been unfair.
Even if you decide to agree to his wishes, the resentment you will feel is unfair to you both.
From my personal experiences as a teacher, the system absolutely sucks and is incredibly unfair.
Today's opaque pensions system is unfair to private-sector workers, who suffer a triple whammy.
And some foreign corporations have criticized the park's model as offering an unfair level of government support.
Some will complain that it is unfair to hold science accountable for the misdeeds of a minority.
We need them not primarily as a way to police people but as a way to protect them from unfair treatment.
The motives of hiring committees are mysterious, unconscious, and sometimes unfair.
Meanwhile, accusations flew of unfair trade practices.
The size and arrangements of a people's homes are no unfair index of their condition.
Sir, it is an axiom with me that in every free government an unfair election is no election at all.
But the suggested comparison is misleading and the criticism is unfair.
It is accordingly an unfair exchange to make him buy at the price of his liberty his life, over which the victor holds no right.
It is seldom that an extension is desirable, as it is unfair to the next topic.
Our protest must be against unfair division of the reward for production.
To take unfair advantage of an opponent is not cricket.
But it seems unfair and illogical to charge the consumer extra for augmenting a service that he/she is already paying for.
It is unfair to blame rising corn prices solely on ethanol production.
But it would be unfair to jump to conclusions too quickly.
Comparing budding technologies to fully developed ones is unfair, and above all misleading.
Good observation, it is definitely an unfair range voting system in the sense that some people will be louder than others.
Well, life is unfair, but let's not get carried away.
Maybe this is unfair to the new sciences of human nature, though.
There are scandals that are unfair, of course-scandals that are scandals in themselves.
One day, his supervisor appears in the doorway asking for forgiveness for his unfair treatment.
And to suggest as much is neither facile nor unfair-and it certainly has little relevance to the modern state of affairs there.
She is too beautiful and it's deeply unfair in every way.
Taken together, these studies demonstrate that popular stereotypes of marijuana users are unfair and untrue.
The student may agree that he doesn't want to be unfair, but he remains convinced that he deserves a higher grade.
Others complained that denials of specific accommodations were unfair.
According to the movie, baseball had become about money and it was unfair for teams that didn't have money.
Forcing a mandatory technology fee on students who are practicing frugality is unfair.
The tax system is unfair and inefficient, and fails to generate enough revenue to cover government expenditures.
But, on the surface, the disparity in different sentences for the same offense seems unfair.
Yes, it's unfair, and in an ideal world you wouldn't have to worry about it.
For a change of tone, here is a reader's argument today that such judgments are both hasty and unfair.
Of course, inflation is an unfair and arbitrary transfer of income from savers to debtors.
He is characteristically unfair to various publications, and to me too.
Unions ceaselessly protest that large companies engage in unfair, illegal practices in this part of the organizing process.
Okay, so the headline of this piece might be unfair.
Half the country being spared from federal income taxes might be fair, it might be unfair, but it is certainly deliberate.
They thought it was unfair we're bailing out the big guys.
The ability of one's parents to confer such enduring advantages is obviously unfair.
As two federal courts have already held, this unfair cost-shifting harms the marketplace.
For example, politicians complained that overdraft fees were unfair, so they made new laws limiting them.
My choice of words was unfair to the people involved.
For educators, this responsibility might well be an unfair burden.
The current situation is inherently unfair by reason of the unevenness in the judgments reached.
The other player could reject an offer if she thought it unfair-and if the game ended in a stalemate, no money was distributed.
Columnist fired after official's suicide says dismissal unfair.
The double flip gives you a mechanism for taking an unfair coin with an unknown bias and making it fair.
It's only an unfair disadvantage if it only applies to one player.
They've been made, if you find that unfair then do say why.
Those kinds of stories, unfair treatment, erratic reviewers and journal editors etc are a dime a dozen.
The implication that only weak-minded and weak-willed people need medication for their mental problems is unfair and untrue.
He has the reputation-unfair, he says-of spurning peer-reviewed journals.
Comparing experimental rocket planes to a tourist industry is a tad unfair.
Seems really unfair to be categorized in the also-ran group.
Perhaps it's unfair to reply after so much time has elapsed.
Making baseless and technically unfair accusations is the realm of those who you fight against everyday.
If it is unfair foreclosures, they may well be there.
Most of those thirty-second ads are glib at best but much of the time they are unfair smears of the opposition.
The last criticism is unfair: ideas are important even if they have little immediate practical influence.
Special tribunals have been condemned as grossly unfair by human rights organizations.
We need major tax reform that will abolish any unfair taxes, simplify the tax system, and spread the tax burden fairly.
But it is unfair to deny to the poor an option now enjoyed-though in an unregulated and dangerous form-by the well-off.
Perhaps it is that unfair exclusion is tolerated in case no readily identifiable group is involved.
He himself remarks on the unfair picture this gives, but does nothing to rectify it.
Unfair is the cozy ties between regulators and industry.
Debt collectors may not engage in unfair practices when they try to collect a debt.
But some of the advantages that accrue to high-frequency traders look unfair.
The result of all this, many farmers contend, is that big players engage in unfair practices and keep prices low.
Opponents claim that the new agreements provide an unfair advantage and will allow already large casinos to dominate the market.
It is unfair because dictators do not work to a diplomatic timetable.
Those who impose unfair tax burden on citizens and businesses alike are behemoth bureaucratic machines of the state.
Yet he does believe that his words were distorted and that certain major reporters and outlets were often unfair.
It is simply unfair to ask a four-year-old to pay for herself.
In the meantime, what some are calling an an unfair balloting system has left millions disappointed and ticketless.
It's unfair to group an entire group of people together.

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