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    Help me, please to determine the meaning in your opinion!
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    Communism (like Vietnam) is the closest to fair play you can get imo, where everyone is in an equally bad position other then the leaders who are better off. I wouldn't consider China communist in that aspect, since there is a difference between the East and West regions of the country.
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    If all parties have their legitimate interests seen to and met.
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    You and your good mate, out in spring in Hyde Park chilling - attractive, normal sheila walks up to you both smiling and asks "do either of you know where Selfridges", seeing as it's so close you assume she's not from London or England

    You and your friend both look at each other, fair play
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    whatever you can get away with
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    (Original post by No Man)
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    = no play, not fair play* Gotta have game to be able to 'play' - there are ostensibly no independent actors under a true Marxist regime

    Broadly speaking, a level playing field as a platform and 'honourable' actions, within agreed constraints, as a mode
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