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Impartial, 1) not favouring one party more than another, equitable, just: R2 I, 1, 115. H4B V, 2, 36. H4B V, 2, 36
2) indifferent, not taking part: “favour, savour, hue and qualities, whereat the i. gazer late did wonder,” Ven. 748. “in this I'll be i.; be you judge of your own cause,” Meas. V, 166.
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