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- treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased
- 1621 November 13 (Gregorian calendar), Robert Sanderson, “[Ad Populum.] The Fourth Sermon. In St. Pauls Church London. 4. Nov. 1621.”, in XXXIV Sermons. […], 5th edition, London: […] [A. Clark] for A. Seil, and are to be sold by G. Sawbridge, […], published 1671, OCLC 1227554849, paragraph 37, page 208:
- [W]e are to take a ſecond ſurvievv of our Abilities, to ſee if they be confidently fit for that vvhereto our inclination ſvvayeth us: and if upon due impartial examination vve find they are, vve may then follovv the ſvvay of our inclinations.
treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally
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