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1. You should do justice to everyone.
2. The review did not do justice to her talents.
3. No words can do justice to the experience.
4. This postcard doesn't do justice to the wonderful scenery.
5. We should do justice to both sides.
6. She didn't really do justice to herself in the interview.
7. I didn't feel well and wasn't able to do justice to the meal she had cooked .
8. No one article can ever do justice to the topic of fraud.
9. You cannot do justice to such a complex situation in just a few pages.
10. It is, of course, impossible to do justice to the thought of a religious tradition with one or two quotations.
11. His photographs seem to do justice to the epic immensity of the subject, but also its symbolic implications.
12. Many are drunks-but that term does not do justice to the devastation they embody.
13. No brief article can do justice to Sir Charles' many contributions and the influence he has had.
14. Nor do five pages do justice to the debate over the meaning of the Second Amendment.
15. It is virtually impossible to do justice to a book of this size in such a short review.
16. At times only swear words can truly do justice to an emotion.
17. It is the historian's job to do justice to both cases, however strong or weak, and justify his conclusion.
18. This brief note can not do justice to all the facts and arguments involved.
19. How ethical theory might do justice to both these points remains to be seen. 9.
20. Here there is a tendency in contract to do justice and in crime to be merciful.
21. We must do justice to all the factors involved.
21. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
22. She cooked a delicious dinner, but we couldn't really do justice to it because we'd eaten too much already.
23. To do otherwise, I would require to write in volume in order to do justice to them.
24. Many think that in spite of strenuous efforts by Mill, utilitarianism can not really do justice to the concept of justice.
25. These fundamental rights are variously described and vindicated by a variety of philosophical arguments to which we can not do justice here.
26. The later florid accounts of altruism and sacrifice by and about missionaries do not do justice to the range of human impulses.
27. It is reasonable that everyone who asks justice should do justice. Thomas Jefferson
28. No way at all that a few hundred words are going to do justice to this deeply affecting novel.
29. The philosophy of the phantasm may, however, help us to do justice to the event of Foucault himself.
30. A reading that cancels out the contradictory and equally valid meanings the text yields does not do justice to its complexity.
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