segregation


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the act or process of isolating

the policy or practice of political, legal, economic, or social discrimination, as against the members of a minority group

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(genetics) the separation of paired alleles during meiosis so that members of each pair of alleles appear in different gametes

the act of segregating or sequestering

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Bedford will serve as the exclusive provider of cost segregation, tangible property, and energy tax incentive studies for Ryan, supporting the Firms ability to deliver higher levels of value and results for its large portfolio of Commercial Property Tax clients.
While segregation from neighborhood to neighborhood is decreasing (microsegregation) within metropolitan areas, segregation from suburban communities (e.
PowderEx subjects powder blends at formulation batch sizes to vibration, inducing segregation in a shortened period of time with a minimal amount of product.
The authors find that residential segregation in the United States doubled from 1880 to 1940.
A cost segregation study accelerates depreciation, by classifying Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1250 property costs to IRC Section 1245 property.
A new analysis from Richard Florida and Charlotta Mellander at the University of Toronto's Martin Prosperity Institute, which identifies the most and least economically segregated metropolitan areas in the United States, makes clear that economic segregation today is heavily shaped by the choices of people at the top: "It is not so much the size of the gap between the rich and poor that drives segregation," they write, "as the ability of the super-wealthy to isolate and wall themselves off from the less well-to-do.
But, now the representatives of other candidates had also joined the segregation process, he added.
The EHRC said yesterday that gender segregation at universities and colleges is a controversial issue and a "complex" area of the law.
We need only turn to a large body of relevant research showing that charter schools, on average, don't have an academic advantage over traditional public schools, but they do have a significant risk of leading to increased segregation.
REPEATED attempts to introduced different types of state schools could contribute to segregation of pupils, according to research carried out in the North East.
Although the districts made some progress in desegregating their schools, after plans that had the explicit goal of decreasing segregation ended, many of the schools in Maryland again reached high levels of segregation.
And they must choose whether to take up the black culture-directed legacy of segregation writers such as Hurston and .
Residential segregation in comparative perspective; making sense of contextual diversity.
Ghassan Khraisheh, the chairman of Gois township stated today that the area where the settlers constructed their settlement was an area which Israeli court of justice had adjudicated should be returned to the villagers in 2008 after the court decided to modify the route of the racial segregation wall which goes past the village.
The Israel Religious Action Center (IRAC) became involved after being approached by five women reporting physical or verbal abuse when not conforming to the segregation or modesty rules on the buses.