What is the abbreviation of fair?
Fair does not have an abbreviation. A fair is a type of carnival that has various foods, rides and entertainment.
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Abbreviation An abbreviation is a way to shorten a word to save space. For example Ave. stands for Avenue and Apt. stands for apartment. An abbreviation (from Latin brevis "short") is a shorter form of a word . More particularly, an abbreviation is a letter or group of letters, taken from… a word or words, and employed to represent them for the sake of . For example, the word "abbreviation" can be abbreviated as "abbr." or "abbrev." ( Full Answer )
There are some things given to us by nature, which are proven to be just too good for the skin when used as they are. The trick lies in following the correct procedure for using them thereby looking fairer than ever.
A fair is an exhibition of products or services in a specific area of activity held with the objective of promoting business. If your question concerns the term 'fair' itself, and where that came from - the etymology - then 'fair' was, in the aforementioned respect, probably derived from the Latin …verb 'ferre', which means 'to carry/bring'. A fair typically is a place where products and services were 'brought' to. ( Full Answer )
It is the shortened or contracted form of a word, a reduction inlength and/or the act or result of abbreviating
If you mean the conjunction , it's "that's." "That is" can also be abbreviated as "i.e." which is "id est" in Latin.
Fairies are as real as you want them to be. People don't believe in them, because they have never seen them.
Well, for one thing, if you're rather dark skinned or ethnic, yourskin will probably never be exactly "fair." I have naturally fairskin, but I know that covering up your skin when you go outside cankeep your skin very light. Make sure to wear sunscreen andsunglasses, and probably a large sun hat whe…n you're out in thesummer. It's easier to get tan than it is to "get fair skin," andprobably you can only achieve this if you have medium-light skin.One thing you have to remember is that fair skin gets burnt veryeasily, so make sure that if you ever want to regain your color towear sunscreen and limit sun exposure per day (i.e. thirty minutesa day rather than three hours). ( Full Answer )
Playing within the rules, and not only the letter of the rules but the intent of them as well. Fair play means you win a boxing match by being a better boxer, not by having weights in your gloves, a horse race by having a better horse, not by injuring your opponent's horse, a football game by playin…g better football, not by paying a hooker to distract their star player. ( Full Answer )
We have fair trade so that all the communities in developing countries can earn a fair amount of money from producing crops. They also get decent working conditions, commitment from the buyers, local sustainability and fair terms of trade for the farmers and producers. We don't actually "need" fair …trade, as you can buy your products from many other producers, but buying from fair trade helps to support your fellow human and recognize their basic rights. You are 'giving them a life' by supporting this organisation. Another reason for fair trade is that it helps the environment by halting deforestation for mass crop growing and it supports sustainable preparations that minimize our environmental footprint. Fair trade includes many cultures and sells products that are unique to the places they come from and the people who make them. Farmers and artisans are involved in the entire process, and fair trade tries to ensure that their products reflect the people and cultures they come from. We have fair trade so that we can support everyone in the world and give them an equal chance to survive. No one should be more important than anyone else and we should give them help to look after their families. ( Full Answer )
There is no abbrevation for for. There is a FOR loop which is a programming language statement that allows code to be repeated. *.for is a filename extension for FORTRAN, a computer programming language.
Well, your probably thinking of when your parents or brothers and sister or grandma or grandad shout at you or tell you your not aloud to do something right? Well, as a younger one, you would think its 'unfair' right? well people always have a reason of doing things! One is that when i was 12 i want…ed to go on a date with my boyfriend but my parents said i was too young, which for now i am 26 with my parents not needing to be looking out for me like that, i think i actually was too young! That's just an example but unfair isn't anything because you only say somethings unfair when you disagree with whatsomebodies saying! ( Full Answer )
maybe because not all the farmers in developing countries can benefit and be part of it... Im not sure, this is just a suggestion, however there are lots of logic reasons for which fair trade cannot be inclusive for all the farmers, one of this reason is because otherwise all the farmers would produ…ce food to export and not to local consumption, worsening the food security and the balance of payment of poor countries (who would have to import food themselves). I dont agree fair trade is the best thing that could ever happen. Think of all the kids that are slaves like seriously wow. ( Full Answer )
"Am" is not an abbreviation. It is a conjugation of the verb "tobe". AM (as in radio) is an abbreviation for "amplitude modulation." a.m. (as in time of day) is an abbreviation for ante meridiem , literally "before noon."
The Latin abbreviation of for example is e.g. ( exempli gratia , literally meaning free example ).
yes fair trade is fair because they get paid money which will help them build a better community but they don't get much money for it. because they split all the money but not equally. the farmer ( for example) would get the least mount of money back because he has to but the seeds and things…. then the other people who takes the farmers wheat ... GETS MORE MONEY!. SO its like primary, secondary and tertiary jobs ( Full Answer )
Abbreviations are short forms of a full word. Some examples are: Post Office P.O. doctor dr. bachelor of science B.S. avenue ave. mister Mr.
The US spelling is fair (festival, pageant) but some venues, mostly in the UK, use the pseudo-archaic form " summer fayre ."
\n"You will" can be contracted to "you'll," but it is a contraction as opposed to an abbreviation.
It's not an abbreviation, it's called a contraction, and the contraction for "he will" is he'll.
yes it is you'll. [but it is not an abbreviation, but rather a contraction of the two words.]
whose that answer is incorrect. The abbr. or contraction for who has is who's, and it is also the abb. for who is ( who's) Who has (who's) Who is (who's) whose is possesive, or shows ownership, e.g., whose jacket was stolen? Whose car is this?
Actually, "at the fair" is an entire prepositional phrase. At is the preposition and fair is the object (a noun).
IT is an abbreviation for the words Information Technology. It can also be semi shortened to info tech , information tech or info technology. Information technology is usually something to do with computers. hope this helps... =D
The contraction of "you are" is you're . An abbreviation is a shortened form often followed by a period. A contraction follows a spoken form of a word pair by omitting one or more letters (e.g. you've, he's, won't ).
Anti Meridian - for times after midnight and before noon. . Amplitude Modulation - signal processing and radio transmission (AM radio).
We're is the contraction of we are. Contractions are formed byreplacing the missing letters with an apostrophe.
Polling may or may not be fair. It depends on the motives of thosetaking the poll. Most professional polling companies have a goodreputation for fair polls. Most, not all, other organizationsusually have an agenda and their poll question reflect that; thequestions are designed to show a desired resu…lt. This is especiallytrue of "surveys" sent out by political parties, lobbying groups,and office holders. You also see similar questions used in productadvertisements. Exit polls taken by news agencies at local pollingplaces during an election seem to be reliable. Those are usuallyvery simple, one or two questions, and the motive of the polltakers is that their poll agree with the election results. Themotive of the poll takers has everything to do with the assuranceof or lack of fairness. I have answered many polls over the phone taken by professionalpolling companies, and I have found the majority to be neutral andbalanced; I also receive questionnaires from both major politicalparties and their associated political action committees. Thisgroup asks questions that are based on theory, conjecture, andpartisanship. The rhetoric used in for these questions is almostalways stilted and inflammatory. The funny (scary?) thing aboutthem is that if you take a varied group of them, black out thenames of their targets or their darlings, the party they'reattacking or praising, you can't tell which group sent them;they're all interchangeable. I wonder how much of the results ofthese are used to base public policy on or are they just a ploy forfund raising? Perhaps this issue is better answered if the question was "Arepolls objective or subjective?" ( Full Answer )
A fair die (fair dice) is a dice which isn't altered in any way, this means it has the same chance of landing on any of one of the faces. The opposite to this is a loaded dice or cheat dice. These dice have been altered in some way, maybe by changing the weight distribution so that one of the numbe…rs on the die/dice are more likely to be rolled. ( Full Answer )
You might think they strive to be all the time, and occasionally they are. However the court system is designed to interpret and apply the law not determine what's "fair" in any given situation.
Depends how you are using the word. Fair can equal beautiful (as in "the fair maiden"), or so-so (as in "Is she good-looking? Only fair."), or carnival (the county fair), or equitable (as in "he tries to be fair to all his employees).
A: The " fair " in fair trading is " Making poverty history " would that not be fair . Find out more by googling " Global fair trade ".
it is not always fair, if it is a beautiful place on its own it should not be developed if it is rural and or ugly and may many mosquitoes it might be good to develop it a bit, but it depends on your point of view.
It's , and this is not an abbreviation , it is a contraction . This is also the contraction for it is .
Prognosis as a medical term used as a classification of a knowledgeable prediction of the anticipated course and outcome of a disease and the chances of recovery. The classification of prognosis is: . excellent . good . fair . poor The prognosis can differ from actual current condition. For… example, a patient can be in critical condition after, say, abdominal surgery, but the surgeon anticipates a good prognosis once the patient gets through the first hours of post-op. ( Full Answer )
It helps the government get out of debt a little bit if you live in California. It can help the war in the middle east. It can help your community build new buildings and pay for new schools and new roads.
The word has many meanings: (n) a festival (adj) everyone gets treated the same (adj) with light skin or hair (adj) pretty
A fairing house is a house where fairies live and drink nectar! The tooth fairy owns 47 fairing houses!
There are does not have an accepted contracted form. Many people use there're to shorten this phrase, but this contraction is incorrect (not to mention very difficult to pronounce).
To be honest cheating is fair only if you consider it fair, but if you're in a competition or such it's not fair. On my part I never cheat in single player games just for the full satisfaction of playing the game from the beginning to the end without cheating. TL;DR: Cheat if u want to, I won't… cause I like to play the game. ( Full Answer )
Yes. It should still be used now. THose colored people should be slaves all their lives. i hate them
It was fair to the British because the have to pay for the Frenchand Indian war. But taxing the colonies was not a fair way ofgetting that money, because the colonists had no one in Englandlobbying for their interests.
it is &... and and is a word but the looks like a symbol for and... doesn't it.
The verb is to fare (to be, to get along) and the verb form is faring . The noun fairing is an aerodynamic structure on cars, planes, and other vehicles.
(If you wish to share your opinion, make a line and share yours. Do not delete the messages) . These laws are fair. A song for example is not a concrete item like a watch or car. Stealing someone's music is very much like stealing their watch or car. These laws protect the rights of artists. . F…AIR! :D my reason: No one wants their stuff stolen or copied when the don't have permission to. People still somehow find ways to not explain where they got their info from, and lets face it, we are all not experts on everything. We all at some point had to learn this information. . ( Full Answer )
"what's" the context determines how the apostrophe is interpreted. Examples: What's the going price for apples? (What is) What's Bob been doing lately. (What has)
That is the correct spelling of "fair" for both a festival or being reasonable. The sound-alike word fare is the cost of a ticket, or a kind of food served. It is used as a verb to mean how one did in a situation (e.g. I fared better than most ).
An abbreviation is a shortened version of a word. Example: MBA = Masters in Business Administration. MBA is an abbreviation. Isn't and aren't are contractions but could technically be called abbreviations because the apostrophes replace one or two letters. " Assoc. " is an abbreviation fo…r association. USA is and abbreviation for the United States of America and UK is an abbreviation for the United Kingdom. No. is an abbreviation for number. Usually any word with a full stop directly after it is an abbreviation (unless it is at the end of a sentence...) Hope this helps :) ( Full Answer )
Answer 1 - YES I think it is fair if it is always lawfully applied andif we can virtually eliminate the possibility of misapplication. Answer 2 - NO I believe that its irrevocability makes it inherentlyunjust. Should a person be innocent, there is no way to resolve theissue of their innocence. A…dditionally, I cannot reconcile anindividual prohibition with taking life (murder's illegality) witha permission granted to the state to end the lives of its citizens. ( Full Answer )
In its simplest form, an abbreviator can simply refer to a person who abbreviates. It also refers to one of a college of 72 officers of the pope's court whose job it is to give a synopsis of a petition, before expanding it into an official form.
What Will abbreviated is "What'll" ! Example Sentence is in order:"What'll Dinie Slothouber do without her love, Mitch Longley"?