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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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Bugti claimed that those engineers included in the test and interviews were discriminated and denied jobs showing the deep contempt towards the educated Bugti engineers.
Last year Belfast County Court held that it had discriminated against customer Gareth Lee on grounds of sexual orientation and political beliefs.
A STAGGERING 54 per cent of British employees claim to have been discriminated against while at work or in a job interview, according to new research.
This region and this area has been discriminated against to fund the games.
A LANDMARK ruling that an atheist teacher was discriminated against because he was not Catholic was challenged yesterday at an appeal hearing.
A Catholic diocese in New York is fighting an unwed teacher's complaint that she was discriminated against because of being pregnant.
They contended that the Ohio state income tax credits and the personal property tax abatements discriminated against interstate commerce, by granting preferential treatment to instate investment and activity in violation of the Commerce Clause.
Specifically, Cuno argued that the preferential treatment accorded in-state investment under Ohio law, as well as the property tax exemption granted by Toledo, discriminated against interstate commerce in violation of the Commerce Clause of the U.
An Australian tribunal ruling has determined that Australian airline Virgin Blue has discriminated against older women.
They have endeavored to portray themselves as the true defenders of equal rights, saying that their legislation protects religious institutions from being discriminated against by the federal government.
However, the plaintiffs claimed the incentives discriminated against interstate commerce.
The suit said Metropolitan Transportation Authority discriminated against bus driver Henry Asher, who is Jewish, because it didn't accommodate his wish to observe the Sabbath from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday.
If men feel discriminated against, then maybe it is time they slowed down, stopped running amber lights and kept well away from the car in front.
Therefore, "When the District denied Hills access to the school's limited public forum, it discriminated against him because of religious viewpoint in violation of the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.