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Fair field and no favour


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The idiom 'Fair field and no favour' means 'equal opportunity to all'.

Sample Usage

All the staffs want fair field and no favour in the matter of transfer.
This is a democratic country and everyone needs fair field and no favour decisions.
Our captain have no belief in fair field and no favour policies, hence his opportunity declined.


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