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This regularity could also move toward more of a norm of fair play.
The fair plays host to vendors of art, antiques, and design, and is a great place for serious art collectors and window shoppers alike.
This inconsistent behavior defines modern Republican politics, because the conservative value system subordinates basic notions of fair play to larger ideological goals.
On the field, the players and coaches might be competitive, but values like sportsmanship, fair play and respect are more important than winning and losing.
With each trade of a member of the Sixers’ young core, purists around the league derided Hinkie for flouting gentlemanly conventions of the spirit of fair play to take advantage of the letter of the law.
Not only among people of Asian descent but also among people of color and people who believe in diversity, equality and plain old fair play.
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First Known Use of fair play
FAIR PLAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fair play for English Language Learners
: a way of behaving or of treating other people that is honest and fair
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