discriminatory


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able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand

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containing or implying a slight or showing prejudice

capable of making fine distinctions

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manifesting partiality

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Qatar's discriminatory measures against goods and distributors originating from the UAE, imposed in May and June 2018, violated Qatar's obligations and commitments as a member of the WTO.
Qatars discriminatory measures against goods and distributors originating from the United Arab Emirates, imposed in May and June 2018, violated Qatars obligations and commitments as a member of the WTO.
Qatar's discriminatory measures against goods and distributors originating from the United Arab Emirates, imposed in May and June 2018, violated Qatar's obligations and commitments as a member of the WTO.
CPNE office-bearers said formation of media courts is a discriminatory step and such move will be considered an attack on media freedom and tantamount to increasing pressure on the media and journalists.
CPNE office bearers said formation of media courts is a discriminatory step and such move will be considered attack on media freedom and tantamount to increase pressure on the media and journalists.
CPNE office-bearers said the formation of media courts is discriminatory step and such a move will be considered an attack on media freedom and tantamount to increasing pressure on media and journalists.
The updated Fifa code expands the scope of what is considered discriminatory behaviour to anything related to 'race, skin colour, ethnic, national or social origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, language, religion, political opinion, wealth, birth or any other status or any other reason'.
The team compared the prevalence of each type of discriminatory tweet to the number of actual hate crimes reported during that same time period in those same cities.
Addressing a press conference here, he said the attitude to Speaker and Secretary KP assembly was also discriminatory with the opposition, adding that it would become hard for Speaker to run the affairs of the House if such practice would not be shun.
'This is not discriminatory. This is all part of improvement in the peace and security of the whole nation,' Albayalde further said, adding that even license plates of larger vehicles are being improved by the government.
In the letter, Lawfare Project COO Benjamin Ryberg wrote that Airbnb's action "carries a host of negative implications under US federal and state law prohibiting discriminatory commercial conduct, including boycotts, and may expose Airbnb to damaging legal and financial liability under such laws." He noted that for "several years, Airbnb has steadfastly rejected pressure from the BDS campaign and refused to engage in bigoted, unlawful conduct.
In light of the public flak received by a nursery group in the UAE that posted an online advertisement looking to recruit a teacher with "white skin", UAE residents have been urged to report any discriminatory job listings they come across.
Proving Discriminatory Violence at the European Court of Human Rights
SBS asserts that the changes are discriminatory. Here's the full statement:
I would say it's the most discriminatory proposal Welsh Government will ever see.