discriminate

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differentiate

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discriminate against someone

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Synonyms for discriminate

to recognize as being different

able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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In contrast to the above work, CHAOS discriminately obfuscates hosts with different security levels in networks.
Jaitley also accused the Speaker of using the Anti- Defection Law discriminately with regard to rebels of BJP and Congress and said he should not stay in office even for a day.
Though two-wheelers pollute more than cars, they and women car drivers with children below 12 have been discriminately exempted from the odd-even rule.
Copepods do, in fact, interact dynamically and discriminately with different bacteria.
72% experienced Discrimination because of their mental illness; 50% reported that the negative stereotype and feeling of burdening others cause Social Withdrawal in them; 37% reported that they avoid getting close to those who are not mentally ill, to avoid rejection.20 The same results were replicated by another study which highlight that Social Withdrawal is the reason of the Stigma associated with people having Mental Illness.21 The perception of being Stigmatized and being treated discriminately was related to both Gender and Race.
He said that there should not be discriminately attitude towards patients of this disease.
Edmund D Peggegrino, M.D., chairman of the Department of Medicine, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, said that "tasks must be delegated discriminately to those most capable of performing them."
On military leave, Roland is discriminately mean to her, yet their fight (and physical altercation) transforms into a glowing engagement after only a few days.
The LPD Static Mixer consists of a series of baffles or "elements" discriminately positioned in series.
As we were checking in for flight to Entebbe, security operatives at Juba airport identified four of us who are Nuer among the staffs and discriminately confiscated our passports and IDs from UNMISS," said the staff, who preferred anonymity.
Berle borrowed, to be diplomatic, material in- discriminately. He preferred to go by the friendlier nickname Uncle Miltie but wasn't really a nice guy off stage.
However, it should not be used routinely in all cataract patients post-operatively, but instead used discriminately in cases with unexpected visual outcome, in order to limit the burden on NHS resources.
As noted in one report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), "the unique contributions of ground forces--the ability to take and hold terrain, operate discriminately in close proximity to vulnerable populations, and instill confidence in allies and partners--will be no less vital in the coming decade." (18) Other recent Defense Department-sponsored research finds that large-scale interventions are not implausible, but US ground forces may need to broaden their capability portfolios.
Ends/Goals Moral vision: expressed broadly attractive values good Prudence: balanced values and risks good Means Force: used proportionally and discriminately mixed Liberal: respected rights and institutions mixed Consequences Fiduciary: was good for American interests good Cosmopolitan: minimized damages to others mixed Educational: broadened moral discourse at home and abroad good