discriminate


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differentiate

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discriminate against someone

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to recognize as being different

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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The Column, a Minnesota-based publication, reported in December that over the past 18 months, 27 institutions received waivers that would allow them to discriminate against students and staff who are transgender or are in same-sex relationships.
Historically, the courts have rejected attempts to use religious beliefs as an excuse to discriminate.
Discriminate against you, in certain circumstances, after the working relationship has ended.
Ohio's statute does not discriminate on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio.
It has made clear, however, that state statutes that provide a commercial advantage to local businesses by burdening out-of-state businesses discriminate against interstate commerce.
The bill would make it illegal to refuse to hire or to discharge anyone or discriminate against anyone in terms of compensation, conditions, or privileges of employment because of genetic information about that individual.
Physical or cultural traits -- Employers cannot harass or discriminate because of physical, cultural or linguistic characteristics.
ACLJ senior litigation counsel Waiter Weber described the Ninth Circuit's decision as a "significant step in the ongoing struggle for equal rights for speakers with a religious message," since it signals school districts that they "cannot legally discriminate against the type of literature distributed at schools simply because that literature promotes an event that includes religious speech.
The foundation does not discriminate in favour of local people but just anyone who can speak Welsh,but not even people who are willing to learn Welsh.
After being able to discriminate between sounds from various languages, babies by age 6 months notice novel sounds solely from their native tongue (SN: 2/8/92, p.
2] This federal legislation requires that all employers of more than 15 employees must refrain from policies and procedures that either expressly or effectively discriminate against specified categories of individuals except under limited circumstances.
Ms Coker said: "Procedures for appointing special advisers discriminate unlawfully against women and black people.
Unlawful Discrimination - Classifying or segregating disabled employees or job applicants in such a way that their employment or promotional opportunities are different than those of able-bodied employees is unlawful, as is letting someone else discriminate on your behalf.
The Act stipulates that private firms that provide public transportation services, and which are primarily engaged in the business of transporting people, may not discriminate against people with disabilities.