criminate

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to cause to appear involved in or guilty of a crime or fault

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H]er temper--her violence--her transports of passion--her habitual outbreaks of personal disrespect & crimination, poisoned his peace, and made him a wretched man.
An automated chamber capable of presenting multiple odor stimuli to 5 locations was used to train rats on 3 simple dis crimination and reversal tasks.
More specifically, female respondents showed more positive other-group attitudes than did male respondents, while they demonstrated lower perceptions of racial dis crimination and experienced less externalizing problems than did the male counterparts.
In this respect, the law shall prohibit any discrimination and guarantee to all persons equal and effective protection against crimination on any ground such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
It is direct or indirect racial dis- crimination, whatever way you look at it.
Ronald Hamowy, "Medicine and the Crimination of Sin: 'Self-abuse' in 19th Century America," Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol.
Without the mask, we remain vulnerable to the whims of fate, the pointed taunts of jealous others or righteous in crimination from those we might offend or disappoint.
The researchers found that 25 percent of the volunteers believed that genetic information had been used to deny them or members of their families life insurance; 22 percent believed the information had been similarly misused by health insurers; and 13 percent believed the information had led to job dis- crimination.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits di crimination based upon an employee's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy) or national origin in hiring and job retention.
The Council has always interpreted this Principle as not supporting illegal or invidious d' crimination.
Proposes cutting off insurance for Congress and the president if a universal health care plan hasn't passed by 2009 RUDOLPH Supported the Proposes a $15,000 tax GIULIANI 2000 New York deduction for those State antidis- without employer-based crimination law insurance; would encourage covering gays.
If ever there was a clear case ofclass dis- crimination before the law, then this is it.
Abolition of age dis- crimination in the provision of all goods and services.