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Synonyms for disfavor

unfavorable opinion or judgment

to have or express an unfavorable opinion of

Synonyms for disfavor

the state of being out of favor

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an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group

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This is the first catalytic antibody shown to work in a disfavored reaction, Janda emphasizes.
When a bank is forced to end its relationship with a TPPP that processes for legal but disfavored merchants, all of the TPPP's merchants are left without the ability to process electronic payments, including payroll," states Jones.
Only after you find yourself rooting for drug dealers and even drug-enforcement authorities does Jarecki start hammering home his political takeaway: that American drug prohibition is best understood as a war on disfavored ethnic minorities.
Particularly with these comments: "If the state can take children without due process from this religious group, then it can take them from anyone whose religious or personal beliefs are disfavored by the state.
Hiking the minimum wage also increases discrimination against the least-skilled and other disfavored groups by reducing the cost of discriminating for employers.
The Court stated that the first amendment does not permit a government to impose special prohibitions on those speakers who express views on disfavored subjects.
we recommend that RFID be disfavored for identifying and tracking human beings.
In response, payday lending increasingly is following the lead of other disfavored industries, such as tobacco and gambling, by seeking refuge on Indian reservations.
Awad's allegation -- that the proposed state amendment expressly condemns his religion and exposes him and other Muslims in Oklahoma to disfavored treatment -- suffices to establish the kind of direct injury-in-fact necessary to create Establishment Clause standing.
For example, among the congressional findings stated in the bill was the language: "Rather than being an abortion procedure that is embraced by the medical community, particularly among physicians who routinely perform other abortion procedures, partial-birth abortion remains a disfavored procedure.
and put them into another school, those options were highly disfavored,'' said Ron Robinson, a Wood Ranch parent.
According to ALTS, FCC rules adopted on March 31 would have a disproportionate impact on competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), contrary to the Commission's policy of "ensuring that no class of carrier or consumer is unduly favored or disfavored by its optimization efforts.
Disfavored religious groups pay enforcement authorities bribes to look the other way.
Patriot II, says Professor Cole, "would radically expand law enforcement and intelligence gathering authorities, reduce or eliminate judicial oversight over surveillance, authorize secret arrests, create a DNA database based on unchecked executive 'suspicion,' create new death penalties, and even seek to take American citizenship away from persons who belong to or support disfavored political groups.
The effect of that is to create a disfavored class for purposes of punishing politically incorrect speech, because the only group that is being singled out for this kind of treatment is pro-life protestors.