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the act or an instance of distinguishing

the ability to distinguish, especially to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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A basic principle of anti-discrimination law requires that job applicants be judged on their individual qualifications.
2) If such restrictions are not justifiable, then the impact on anti-discrimination laws is interesting, but not central to the case against them.
Roman also noted that the anti-discrimination bill had already been identified by President Rodrigo Duterte and Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez as one of the priority bills of this administration.
Key state laws driving increased employee charges: Anti-discrimination employment practices, credit checks, pregnancy accommodations and criminal background checks.
It's the third time that Antonio, one of two openly gay members of the state Legislature, has proposed changes to anti-discrimination laws, which she said are needed more than ever to protect Ohio's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community now that couplesAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA can leg wed.
Officials in Little Rock and Hot Springs have approved more scaled-back anti-discrimination ordinances that only apply to the cities and their vendors.
The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices is responsible for enforcing the INA anti-discrimination provision.
He did, however, retain a legal provision from the Bush administration that creates a ministerial exemption to certain anti-discrimination laws.
The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Cavite on Monday passed the Anti-Discrimination Ordinance.
One of the guiding principles of the DIFC Employment Law is the promotion of fair and equitable treatment between employers and employees; a principle which the DIFC has sought to achieve through the introduction of express anti-discrimination provisions which prohibit discriminatory treatment or conduct on the basis of an employee's membership of a protected class (specifically, sex, marital status, race, nationality, religion and/or mental or physical disability).
FIFA is to be urged by its new anti-discrimination task force to pressure World Cup hosts Qatar and Russia to relax their anti-gay laws.
As part of the plan, the NFL will display anti-discrimination posters in locker rooms and will implement anti-discrimination training throughout the league.
As part of the plan, the NFL will display anti-discrimination posters in locker rooms and it will implement anti-discrimination training throughout the league.
SIR - Are the EU's anti-discrimination laws (much favoured by our national and regional governments) about to implode?
This volume on legal responses to racial and ethnic discrimination in Europe examines the current state of anti-discrimination law and theory and explores the failings of theoretical principles to affect practical change on the ground.