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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As a result of this legislation, the only defense an employer has when a facially neutral employment standard effectively discriminates against a protected group is to prove that the standard is "job related for the position in question and consistent with business necessity.
Indonesia filed a complaint with the WTO charging that the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, that prohibits flavored cigarettes from being sold in the United States discriminates against Indonesia cigarettes.
Four distinguishing characteristics of Ohio's investment tax credit at issue here render it constitutional: (a) Ohio is not discriminating against products manufactured or business operations performed in any other State, (b) the investment tax credit is not related to discrete transactions and it does not target a particular product or industry, (c) the amount of the credit does not change relative to activities in other states, and (d) Ohio's statute does not discriminate on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio.
For that is what the court decided: normal marriage discriminates against "gay marriage.
But I'm ashamed that the Boy Scouts of America discriminates against gays.
The Court held the tax "therefore facially discriminates against interstate commerce and is unconstitutional unless the State can offer a significant justification for it.
16 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, he and his colleagues show that mice can indeed discriminate among serum samples-nearly as well as among urine samples--if the liquid is first treated with a protease.
a) Ohio does not discriminate against products manufactured or business operations performed in any other State; (b) the investment tax credit is not related to discrete transactions and it does not target a particular product or industry; (c) the amount of the credit does not change relative to activities in other states; s and (d) Ohio's statute does not discriminate on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio.
Democratic representative Bobby Scott of Virginia told the Associated Press that the bill would "shift the weight of the federal government from supporting the victim of discrimination to supporting some so-called right to discriminate with federal funds.
The verdict tells the city that they should not discriminate, that just because they're a city they're not above the law,'' said McMurray's attorney, Brad Gage.
The court overturned three lower court rulings in deciding it is illegal to discriminate against couples based on their marital status.
If original sin were to discriminate against one of the sexes (which it does not), it would be against the male.
People believe genetic information has been used to discriminate against them.
For this purpose, a qualified plan is a written plan or program that does not (1) discriminate in favor of HCEs as to eligibility or benefits or (2) provide awards with an average cost in excess of $400 (without taking into account awards of only nominal value).