fair/square deal

noun

: a fair agreement

Examples of fair/square deal in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But White said his mission was to get a fair deal for the taxpayers and urged patience in the face of pressure from the Royals and Chiefs for an April sales tax vote. Mike Hendricks, Kansas City Star, 25 Mar. 2024 My patience paid off with a fair deal and no markup. Michelle Singletary, Washington Post, 15 Mar. 2024 The update is the climax of a tense year of negotiating between UMG and TikTok over the two companies’ differing views on what constitutes a fair deal for use of the record company’s music on the platform. Ethan Millman, Rolling Stone, 1 Feb. 2024 Get back to the table and get a fair deal so everyone can get back to work. EW.com, 21 Oct. 2023 But Bungie has had a fair deal of success using copyright law as a legal cudgel against the makers of the cheats themselves. Kyle Orland, Ars Technica, 8 Sep. 2023 Some fans don’t like Muncy, but this is a very fair deal. Houston Mitchell, Los Angeles Times, 3 Nov. 2023 Known for playing Gerri in the dark media satire, Smith-Cameron joined the picket lines and emphasized that the 160,000 SAG-AFTRA members, as well as affected crew members, urgently need a fair deal. Kalia Richardson, Rolling Stone, 28 Oct. 2023 The Wire creator David Simon, who negotiated with the studios to reach a fair deal for writers, says Hollywood execs have stuck to one playbook and tried to turn parts of the union against each other, causing division. Kalia Richardson, Rolling Stone, 15 Oct. 2023

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“Fair/square deal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fair%2Fsquare%20deal. Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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