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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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Turning to those of Middle Eastern descent, this group is among those most commonly perceived as discriminated against in the way they are treated by the federal government (34%), a perceptual distinction they share with LGBT Americans (35%).
Auditory preferences significantly discriminated between Bruneian male and female students (Table 9).
I don't remember women ever suing for being refused a drink in pubs or because they have been discriminated for years in golf clubs.
But now it will be up to employers to prove they have not discriminated against a member of staff.
A former Royal High School student with autism filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming that he was discriminated against because of his handicap when he was passed over as a graduation speaker.
According to attorney Shapiro, the suit alleged that Azteca discriminated against their employee's and others based on race and national origin.
In its complaint filed in October, McLeodUSA contended that Ameritech discriminated against competitors by imposing special charges that were not imposed on retail customers.
After much discussion, however, the company consented to an agreement that said it was not found to have discriminated, that it did not acknowledge any wrong-doing and that it would continue to follow the same practices it had always used.
LORD Derry Irvine is to appeal against a ruling that he indirectly discriminated against a female lawyer by giving his pal a job as his adviser.
Meaning of "Record" of Impairment--Those covered by this definition include, for example, individuals with a history of mental illness, heart disease or cancer, who no longer have the disease but who are discriminated against because of their record of an impairment.
It is obvious that Sinclair's unilateral actions have discriminated against Iowans.
The WTO ruled this summer that COOL, which required meat from Mexico, Canada and other nations to be labeled as such, discriminated against imported beef.
By RoRy Tevlin A SCHOOL yesterday won an appeal against a ruling they had discriminated against a Traveller boy.
Paul's Roman Catholic High School in Glasgow, was discriminated against because of his beliefs by a city commission that refused to allow him to interview for a pastoral care position at the school.
Jurors did not find, however, that McMurray had been discriminated against based on her gender and age.