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    fare

    What does "fare" mean in the following context? From <Business Insider>.

    He's aiming a bit higher than the standard business school fare: Stew helps students---and the rest of us--- better manage the interaction of four domains: work, home, community and the private self.

    Thank you.

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    Re: fare

    In this context, "fare" means the list of courses and activities offered by a business school. In a restaurant, it would refer to the menu items.

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