fair, adj.

1. Impartial; just; equitable; disinterested (everyone thought that Judge Jones was fair).

2. Free of bias or prejudice (in jury selection, the lawyers tried to select a fair and impartial jury).

fair, n. Hist. A privileged market for the buying and selling of goods. ? A fair was an incorporeal hereditament granted to a town by royal patent or franchise or established by prescription. The franchise to hold a fair conferred important privileges, and a fair, as a legally recognized institution, possessed distinctive legal characteristics, most of which are now obsolete. Cf. market overt under MARKET.

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