discriminate

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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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They alleged that they were treated discriminately by the central rulers.
There is really no way to completely avoid the risk of merchants' industries, as it is the ethical behavior of both the consumers and the merchants that are dictating the risks, but merchants should not be penalized or treated discriminately because of this.
Jaitley also accused the Speaker of using the Anti- Defection Law discriminately with regard to rebels of BJP and Congress and said he should not stay in office even for a day.
Though two-wheelers pollute more than cars, they and women car drivers with children below 12 have been discriminately exempted from the odd-even rule.
Copepods do, in fact, interact dynamically and discriminately with different bacteria.
However, not all investors and other users are able to discriminately determine the usefulness of non-GAAP measures, and small less sophisticated investors are at a disadvantage (Bhattacharya et al.
21 The perception of being Stigmatized and being treated discriminately was related to both Gender and Race.
He said that there should not be discriminately attitude towards patients of this disease.
While they should apply to Israeli Jews and Palestinians alike, in practice they discriminately target Palestinian residents of Jerusalem and Palestinian citizens of Israel, the statement said.
chairman of the Department of Medicine, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, said that "tasks must be delegated discriminately to those most capable of performing them.
On military leave, Roland is discriminately mean to her, yet their fight (and physical altercation) transforms into a glowing engagement after only a few days.
Since the Eelam War IV was concluded, the US Department of State - in two reports released by its Office of Global Crimes - alleged the Sri Lanka military of discriminately using heavy military artillery which cause the deaths of unarmed civilians.
Again, the concepts of systemic paralysis and systemic empowerment emphasize the importance of acting discriminately to increase the likelihood of desired effects and decrease the likelihood of unintended consequences.
As some of these participants have written about in other fora, autonomous technologies challenge our legal and ethical requirements to protect noncombatants and act discriminately.
Together these habits of mind provide real time intellectual governance--that is, when actively engaging in demanding cognitive activity, these virtues tune the mind to focus deeply and discriminately on the details.