discriminating


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  • adj

Synonyms for discriminating

Synonyms for discriminating

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

characterized by careful and exact evaluation

Synonyms for discriminating

showing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste

having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

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The diagnostic accuracy was 87% for discriminating FTD from Alzheimer's and 53% for discriminating FTD from controls.
Here, a plaintiff must show that the genetic testing, while not targeted at a protected class, still has the impact of discriminating against the protected class.
If I advertise for a typist am I discriminating against people who can't type?
We wouldn't dream of discriminating against someone on grounds of race, sex or age.
The complainant, who asked not to be named, said:``This is bordering on being racially discriminating.
I further feel that the British Red Cross is discriminating against its own employees and volunteers by not allowing them to freely practise their religious and cultural customs.
1 maker of passenger jets of discriminating against blacks in promotions, harassing them and retaliating against them when they complained.
SIIA is concerned that there are multiple components that could cause an unnecessary and inappropriate burden on businesses, particularly discriminating against software and digital content businesses.
Supreme Court has ruled that Title VII prohibits not only express discrimination (disparate treatment) but also prohibits neutral employment actions that have the effect of discriminating against a particular group protected by the act (disparate impact).
June 1 /PRNrewswire/ -- A federal judge has ruled that the Oxnard Lemon Company, a lemon packinghouse, is guilty of discriminating against women in hiring from December 1987 to May 1991.
The passage of Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 prohibits private employers, state and local governments, employment agencies and labor unions from discriminating against qualified individuals with disabilities in job application procedures, hiring, firing, advancement, compensation, job training and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.
Employers charged with sexual discrimination bear the burden of proof and must show they would have reached the same decisions if discriminating factors had not been present.
3] pathway involves a greater number of carbon-adding steps -- each discriminating against the heavier, more cumbersome isotopes -- [C.
ADA prohibits any covered employer from discriminating against "any qualified individual with a disability" because of such individual's disability.
While this offered the opportunity for discriminating metal resistance in real-world conditions, the test procedure was generally considered to be beyond the economic capabilities of individual refractory companies.