Definition of Fair deal
1. Noun. Fair treatment.
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Literary usage of Fair deal
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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"1t means good conscience, fair deal- ing, justice. 1t is in the spirit of the precept to live honestly, to injure no man, and to render to every man his ..."
2. The Application of Efficiency Principles by George Hugh Shepard (1917)
"... XII THE fair deal 254. a*fE of my most valued friends began work when about fifteen years old as an apprentice in a machine shop. ..."
3. The American Spirit in the Writings of Americans of Foreign Birth edited by Robert E. Stauffer (1922)
"CAPITAL AND LABOR—A fair deal We have often heard it said recently—it has become rather the fashion to say it—that the rulership of the world will ..."
4. The Light which Cannot Fail: True Stories of Heroic Blind Men and Women and by Winifred Holt (1922)
"A fair deal To be an economic and a moral asset, the work of the blind must be at least as good as that of the seeing. If possible, it should be better. ..."
5. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by James Thomas Molesworth, Baba Padmanji (1863)
"2 One who makes difficulties. An order of religious mendicant«. ir Poet. fair deal- n. An unlocked for mishap, ad. ora^f^ïj or -Ш Unexpectedly. ..."