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Is fair better than good?
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Is organic farmer better than a fair trade farmers?
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Is a 2.5 GPA good?
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Does fair trade benefit retailers more than LEDCs?
What is the value of a 22 caliber JC Higgins Model 41dl 106.1978 in fair condition?
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Is Muzefer better than everyone else in basketball?
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How can fair trade contribute to poverty reduction?
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Can a boss treat his son better than other employees?
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Do you use better than I or better than me?
According to the traditional rules of English grammar, you should use "better than I," since it is an elision of "better than I am" or "better than I am good." However, in colloquial usage, "better than me" is more common. It depends on the sentence structure. Example for me: So you think you are better than me? Example for I: You can do better than I can.
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Is fairer a word?
Why is meritocracy better than aristocracy?
In my opinion, meritocracy is better than aristocracy because it gives less fortunate people a better chance to get a good job. For example, it's better to have smart and hardworking, yet poor employees who is willing to do any job the get a little extra moneys. Rather than a spoiled rich person who doesn't work or even need the money anyway. Honestly, I don't think aristocracy is a good idea at all. It just isn't fair to people who really deserve it. Thanks! 😊