(1) The original selection of judges by what was widely viewed as a wing of the occupation exposes the tribunal to allegations of bias and partiality , as have issues regarding access and transparency for defendants and others.(2) Thus, I would probably end up in Internal Medicine, which I don't have much partiality towards.(3) I did not share my father's partiality for German poetry.(4) The system, if it be so described, did not exclude the possibility of partiality and prejudice, and the playing field on which pupils competed was not always level.(5) The justification of partiality is that these people don't deserve fair treatment.(6) It was here in June '99 where they met Tim Youngson and Tyson Kennedy, also longtime friends who shared a mutual partiality for rocking out.(7) The cultivation of this universal goodwill frees the mind from partiality and prejudice, and the meditator begins to act towards others with kindness and without discrimination.(8) As critic and editor, Stephens showed a partiality for minor lyricists, like Daley and Quinn, and allowed personal feelings to cloud his judgment on occasions.(9) Fourth, public access to criminal proceedings serves as a check on corrupt practices by exposing the judicial process to public scrutiny, thus discouraging decisions based on secret bias or partiality .(10) Your bias is transparent and your partiality is complete.(11) she spoke openly, not concealing her partiality for him(12) To say Gaudi was the architect of the century, however, reveals my partiality towards artistic and symbolic architecture, values that other critics, such as Ken Frampton, do not necessarily share.(13) And the way the law works if there's any appearance of partiality , the judge is obligated to recuse himself, and he did.(14) If we aimed for equality only to avoid the taint of partiality or discrimination, there would be no case for correcting the result.(15) Would your ability to judge the evidence in this case without bias, prejudice or partiality be affected by the fact that the deceased victim is an Aboriginal person and the person charged with the crime is not?(16) Of course, the Government is utterly indifferent to the problem of apparent bias or apparent partiality in a court.