discriminate

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Synonyms for discriminate

differentiate

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discriminate against someone

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Synonyms for discriminate

to recognize as being different

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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No discrimination is permitted from fixed providers, while mobile provides are allowed to act discriminately provided it's justifiable.
Thus, it may be concluded that managers might use positive and negative affect levels of their employees discriminately.
Simply put, when a poet sits down to work, she does not begin by discriminately searching her thoughts for sufficiently "poetic" material to which to give "aesthetic" expression.
They suggest that the expected learning outcomes for students based on an authentic learning approach should allow students to reflect discriminately on subject matter, critique theories, deliberate on their own belief system, establish proficiency and knowledge, specify and communicate a research question and work cooperatively to solve problems.
Biggs' case is a glaring example of how ambiguous and discriminately the exclusion zone ordinance is being applied," the news release quotes Regan as saying.
Iran for its part should send signals of equal magnitude in return -- to test whether the US and its allies want to resolve this dispute according to IAEA and NPT rules that are applied consistently to all countries, or only discriminately to some.
that the miners do not discriminately select what materials are sucked
Similar to the understanding of the use of "illegal" in the English Bill of Rights, it is to prevent the person or entity charged with doling out punishments from treating certain criminal defendants discriminately.
Based on observations of the classrooms and professor interviews, an effective case discussion graphically presents key themes of the case discussion and discriminately uses technology to enhance, rather than hinder the discussion process.
In fact, the landlords had lost interest in holding land after a series of tenancy disputes and the discriminately pricing system against landlords on the eve of land reform in 1946.
These findings call for modifications along the gender line: The positive effects of Internet use on academic achievement apply to boys and girls alike, but one needs to stipulate the negative effects more discriminately in terms of gender.
However, the few individuals truly committed to being leaders would articulate their opinions even more discriminately.
In a tone that seems ironic given the war-on-drugs rhetoric that would soon dominate any public discourse on drugs, the Newsweek article continued, 'Taken in moderation, cocaine probably causes no significant mental or physical damage and a number of researchers have concluded that it can be safer than liquor and cigarettes when used discriminately.
But the Defense Department has evolved to the point where it can now discriminately use COTS and also build its own applications, Roach says.
The hotels were targeted by terrorists who had opened fire discriminately and taken some hostages.