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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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With due respect to the court,' AWP spokesperson Farooq Tariq said, 'the decision sets a dangerous precedent that could further fuel the existing institutional discrimination towards religious minorities in the country.
Not doing service in the course was associated with higher levels of unawareness of institutional discrimination on the post-test, and being part of a service-learning community was associated with lower levels of colorblindness and lower levels of unawareness of blatant racial issues on the post-test.
According to the Times of Israel , "The annual US State Department report on human rights violations worldwide contained harsh criticisms for Israel's alleged institutional discrimination against Palestinians, especially in regard to its treatment of Palestinian prisoners.
In addition to institutional discrimination, homosexuality is still stigmatized within Chinese society.
Let us look at several facts: Since independence in 1971, the Hindu population has dwindled to 8 percent from about 14 percent of Bangladesh's total, because of institutional discrimination, sustained anti-Hindu sentiment and political apathy.
Using generalized, ambiguous terminology that offered little by way of compelling Israel to end its ongoing occupation in Jerusalem and the West Bank, genocide and siege in Gaza and protracted institutional discrimination against Arabs and other minorities in Israel, she argued for "cultural engagement," instead.
65); the Institutional Discrimination subscale, which measures limited awareness of the implications of institutional discrimination and exclusion (pretest [alpha] = .
Until the Myanmar government addresses the institutional discrimination against the Rohingya population, including equal access to citizenship, this precarious migration will continue," Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said in a statement.
Enormous sentences for Albanians in case "Monster," high sentences for demonstrators, burning Albanian property, beating of Albanians and daily institutional discrimination, have become a routine for the government that BDI is part of.
Benjamin Brenkert left the Society of Jesus after more than a decade, in part because of the institutional discrimination against LGBT people.
This institutional discrimination contributes to a cycle of poverty, depriving many of jobs.
The days of legal segregation and institutional discrimination may have been over in the US, but the racial divide has still not been bridged completely.
A history of institutional discrimination had seen male nurses ending up in particular nursing specialities, eg mental health, where there was no body work, or the highly technical areas of intensive and emergency care.
This is partly attributed poor sanitation, crippling infrastructure and institutional discrimination.
For Palestinians living on the ground, who see homes demolished, face illegal arrests and detentions, suffer administrative and institutional discrimination as well as the indignity of having their homeland illegally occupied by the bullying Jewish state, the report contains nothing new.
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