discriminate


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differentiate

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discriminate against someone

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to recognize as being different

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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According to Article 296 of the Criminal Code, incitement to discriminate is punishable by one to three years in prison, with a fine of between two million and six million riel ($500-$1,500).
A highly interesting and relevant finding of the book is that states do not discriminate homogenously across their religious minorities.
The Column, a Minnesota-based publication, reported in December that over the past 18 months, 27 institutions received waivers that would allow them to discriminate against students and staff who are transgender or are in same-sex relationships.
(iv) Two mathematical models, ANN and SVM, are run in parallel to discriminate cell types, ESCs, iPSCs, and SCs, and their subtypes including fetal and adult somatic cells and female and male stem cells.
Historically, the courts have rejected attempts to use religious beliefs as an excuse to discriminate. For example, as far back as the 1960s, a restaurant owner's claim that he did not have to serve African Americans because of his religious opposition to racial integration was ultimately rejected.
2 : to be able to tell the difference between things <He can discriminate among the birds by their calls.>
A majority of people think God is male with nearly half the population in Britain believing all religions discriminate over gender, according to the findings of a poll yesterday.
The GOR allows religious organisations to discriminate against potential workers on the grounds of faith if there is a genuine occupational requirement, for example, a hospital chaplain.
Discriminate directly against you - to treat you less favourably than others because of your age unless objectively justified;
Federal Judge Colleen McMahon ruled that the town clearly used racist tactics like closing down a hiring center, forcing the day laborers onto the streets and then stepping up police presence to discriminate against Latinos.
The 59-year-old said, "We do not discriminate against anyone on the grounds of sexual orientation.
In the past, these plans have been con troversial because some claim that cash balance plans illegally discriminate against older workers.
"The federal prison system has practices that discriminate against Aboriginal offenders," Correctional Investigator Howard Sapers says in his Annual Report of the Corrections Ombudsman.
District court's decision: The district court determined that neither the credits nor the abatements violated the Commence Clause, because they did not violate either of the taxation structures that have been previously rejected by the Supreme Court, and they did not discriminate against interstate commence.
5(1) No person shall in respect of (a) the provision of or access to services or facilities; [or] (d) employment; discriminate against an individual or class of individuals on account of (k) religion.