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able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

characterized by careful and exact evaluation

Synonyms for discriminating

showing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste

having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

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Despite the fact that Pakistan had publicly announced the resumption of NATO supplies, which had been barred in November 2011, following the martyrdom of 24 soldiers in a discriminatingly, unprovoked attack by NATO forces over Salala Checkpost, very few trucks have ventured with their loaded supplies.
But some important flaws in her assumptions indicate that Washington will need to pursue these goals more carefully and discriminatingly than her essay appears to recognize.
As such, the program encourages states to revisit policies pertaining to teacher tenure contracts, credentialing, and compensation (among other features), so as to more discriminatingly reward success and respond appropriately to failure.
Negatively, though Ciprut writes in the preface that the articles are 'intimately braided' pieces, each 'discerningly aware of, and discriminatingly attentive to, its others,' this is clearly not the case.
By contrast, Steve Bruce explains why he continues to believe that, when used discriminatingly and with full attention to actual research, secularization is a fully justified conclusion about the course of religious life in many Western societies.
discriminatingly toward those who have a rightful claim, mindful of the
"I planned accordingly and came to Pakistan, but the appeal was discriminatingly dropped from the final cause list without giving any reason, though the other cases before and after the appeal were fixed according to the sequence of the proposed list," the applicant added.
ADAMS: One of the things I'm seeing more and more is that not only in house counsel but a number of other clients are looking more discriminatingly toward the attorneys who they are hiring.
To genuinely and discriminatingly informed persons, everything now seems possible.
[I]t is the duty of black men to judge the South discriminatingly. The present generation of [white] Southerners are not responsible for the past, and they should not be blindly hated or blamed for it.
Gentilcore's meticulous social history offers theatre historians vital perceptions into the healing and commercial activities of charlatans, whose creative combinations of such practice with public performance, typically including the selling of a patent remedy, Rosalind Kerr discriminatingly reappraises below.
Indeed, as Carter (1997) reminds us, "language in the classroom is not to be encountered wholly by unconscious, implicit and indirect means" but also by a process of learning to "see through [emphasis in original] language in a systematic way and to use language more discriminatingly" (p.
However, Wilcher discriminatingly synthesizes the work of the last quarter century on the literature of the period and its contexts, and applies persuasive correctives to both easy (and generally dismissive) characterizations of Suckling and his work, and psychologizing interpretations of the brief lyrics.
From Aldous Huxley: "A culture cannot be discriminatingly accepted, much less be modified, except by persons who have seen through it--by persons who have cut holes in the confining stockade of verbalized symbols and so are able to look at the world and, by reflection, at themselves, in a new and relatively unprejudiced way....