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1. Bias against women permeates every level of the judicial system.
2. Some institutions still have a strong bias against women.
3. She has a strong musical bias.
4. The government has accused the media of bias.
5. My ignorance biased me against popular music.
6. Fate was strongly biased against him.
7. Liverpool only lost the game because the referee was biased.
8. You can't help being biased so you may as well be up front about it.
9. They are accusing the teacher of political bias in his marking.
10. Many parents are biased against popular music.
11. He seemed a bit biased against women in my opinion.
12. Employers must consider all candidates impartially and without bias.
13. Students were evaluated without bias or favoritism.
14. The lawyer made a tearful plea to bias the jury.
15. The university has a bias towards/in favour of/against the sciences.
16. Given data which are free from bias there are further snares to avoid in statistical work.
17. The newspaper has a clear bias towards the Conservative Party.
18. Of course I'm biased, but I thought my daughter's paintings were the best.
19. University funding was tremendously biased towards scientists.
20. The committee is of a/has a conservative bias.
21. Of the two groups the former are more biassed towards persuasive selling(Sentencedict.com ), whilst the latter tend to be order-takers. 7.
22. Each protozoon makes a biassed random walk about the screen.
23. Although in theory Postscript could be viewed as a general purpose programming language, it is strongly biassed towards visual representation.
24. ABSTRACT : In this paper, a new small-sized bit is introduced. The bit is mainly composed of a biassed polyconic cutter, a cylindric roller and two bit legs.
25. In this paper, a new small-sized bit is introduced. The bit is mainly composed of a biassed polyconic cutter, a cylindric roller and two bit legs.
26. It does not matter how people judge this system of remuneration from a more or less biassed point of view.
27. These notes, while sometimes containing valuable material, can often be very biassed and misleading.
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