discriminatory


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able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand

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containing or implying a slight or showing prejudice

capable of making fine distinctions

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manifesting partiality

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As for Amy, she should investigate whether Claire's supervisor (and any co-worker complaining to him) has been influenced by any maligning by Dan for discriminatory reasons.
Noel tried to argue that his claim was covered based on the language in Ledbetter that said its purpose was to "clarify that a discriminatory compensation decision or other practice that is unlawful under such Acts occurs each time compensation is paid pursuant to the discriminatory compensation decision or other practice, and for other purposes" (emphasis added).
Under sex, race and disability discrimination legislation, it is unlawful to publish or cause to be published a discriminatory advertisement.
Goodyear appealed, contending that Ledbetter's pay discrimination claim was time barred with respect to all pay decisions made before the 180-day period before she filed her allegations with EEOC, and that no discriminatory acts relating to her pay occurred after the beginning of that periods.
I asked him to consider all I had said before letting the BSA, or any discriminatory group for that matter, back on our campus.
James Perry, of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center, told Congress during testimony in March that discriminatory postings for housing on the Internet "are perhaps the most concerning issues we have confronted since the hurricanes"--a reference to the storms, including Hurricane Katrina, that caused thousands of people along the Gulf Coast to lose their homes.
Several justices, for example, voiced difficulty finding any discriminatory harm from a state tax credit equally available to in-state or out-of-state businesses.
The Hong Kong government has appealed on the grounds that the law applies equally to males and females and is therefore not discriminatory.
AN audit last week revealed that the city of Los Angeles' system of park fees is discriminatory, capricious and just plain sleazy - which pretty much can be said about most of what City Hall does these days.
I thought back to years of discriminatory practices and mere token representation in management.
In separate interviews with the Anglican Journal, Arctic diocesan bishop Andrew Atagotaaluk and Bishop Robertson said they did not think the diocese was being discriminatory or that it violated the Canadian Human Rights Act by banning gays from employment and lumping them in the same category as pedophiles, who are considered criminal offenders.
Whistleblower Cathy Harris, 44, discusses the discriminatory practices of the U.
While the ruling has splintered some scouting troops across the country who view the organization as discriminatory and intolerant, scouting leaders in the Santa Clarita Valley said local troops are thriving.