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inequitable
unfair, unjust
equitable
fair to all concerned, just,impartial, objective, unbiased
dissenion
discord, conflict, strife
dissent
differ in opinion, disagree, object
discharge
unload
demolition
destruction
demolish
tear down,destroy,raze,smash,wreck
censure
act of blaming, expression of disapproval, hostile critisisim, rebuke
adjourn
close a meeting, suspend the business of a meeting, disband, recess
extemporaneous
composed or spoken, without preparation, off hand, impromptu, improvise
exonerate
free from blame, clear from accusation, acquit, absolve
extriacte
free from difficulties, disentangle, disencumber, release
forfeit
lose or have to give up as a penalty for some error, neglect, or fault, sacrifice
astute
shrewd, wise, perspicacious, sagacious, crafty, cunning, sly, willy

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