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impartial (not pre-S.; the ordinary sense in R2 I. i. 115, 2H4 V. ii. 36): indifferent Meas. V. i. 166, Ven. 748. ∥ In Rom. line 1856 (Q1) “Cruel, vniust, impartiall destinies” misused for ‘partial’, a use found also in Swetnam, ‘The Woman-hater,’ 1620
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