She had received a very recent proof of its impartiality.
I was not quite impartial in my judgment, Emma:—but yet, I think— had you not been in the case—I should still have distrusted him.
…much gratified by the kind care of such a fair lady, and not liking to resist any advice of her’s, he had not really the least inclination to give up the visit;—but Emma, too eager and busy in her own previous conceptions and views to hear him impartially, or see him with clear vision, was very well satisfied with his muttering acknowledgment of its being "very cold, certainly very cold," and walked on, rejoicing in having extricated him from Randalls, and secured him the power of…
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An impartial judge is necessary for a fair trial.
Some studies require the impartial eye of a scientist.