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the act or an instance of distinguishing

the ability to distinguish, especially to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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Please join us in standing up with one voice and saying that anti-discrimination laws designed to eliminate abuse in the mortgage lending process must be protected.
2002) 'Context and interpretation in anti-discrimination law, Melbourne University Law Review, 26(2), pp.
Israel has no legislation mandating adequate representation , affirmative action or anti-discrimination initiatives in the private sector.
In fact, black Americans were making strong gains long before Washington got into the anti-discrimination business in the mid-1960.
information campaign, which provides information about European anti-discrimination policies, including in particular on workplace discrimination.
He said: 'Although there will be nothing as wide-ranging as last year's extensive anti-discrimination laws, other new legislation for 2005, such as the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations, will eventually be relevant to a large number of firms, in every sector.
In Europe people are starting to be put behind bars for saying what they think," warned Palko, citing the Green case as an illustration of why the KDH opposed a recently adopted anti-discrimination law in Slovakia.
In those campaigns, liberals abandoned race talk under the theory that messages supporting affirmative action as an anti-discrimination measure or defending the rights of the undocumented would aggravate white conservatives into voting.
But if the relevant discrimination is by a person of Anglo-Saxon background, a more aggressive attitude is taken by those administering the laws, and the heavy hands of anti-discrimination bureaucrats and tribunal members fall.
McCallie was in Jefferson City before Cunningham's committee to testify in support of anti-discrimination measures in Missouri school districts.
The Court upheld the right of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that enforces federal anti-discrimination laws, to seek all available remedies for job discrimination, regardless of an arbitration agreement signed by the employee.
1924 is silent on whether faith-based institutions in receipt of public funds have to comply with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws.
Bush signed the Notification and Federal Employee Anti-Discrimination and Retaliation Act on May 15, 2002.
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee: A Critical Race Critique," 21 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 561 (2000); Natsu Taylor Saito, "Symbolism Under Siege: Japanese American Redress and the "Racing" of Arab Americans as Terrorists," 8 The Journal of Asian Law 1 (2001).
But in a potential step back, antigay groups in Florida's Miami-Dade County have tentatively succeeded in their second attempt to collect enough signatures to launch a ballot challenge to the county's anti-discrimination law, though officials still must validate all the signatures.