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Synonyms for disproportion

Synonyms for disproportion

the condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree

Antonyms for disproportion

lack of proportion

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Because most MSFW are of Hispanic descent, they are disproportionably affected by diabetes.
As means-tested welfare transfers effectively tax away low-level savings, they discourage savings disproportionably more for the poor, reducing aggregate capital accumulation and increasing wealth inequality (the latter shown in Section 5.
In the United States, Hispanics, mainly from Mexican descent, are the fastest growing minority and are disproportionably affected by type 2 diabetes (2).
Depression disproportionably affects gay men compared to heterosexual men (e.
If this assumption does not hold and larger prey have disproportionably larger handling times than smaller prey items, then our conclusions could be wrong or at least the magnitude of the difference exaggerated.
Due to society's double standard of permitting women to view males, but often renouncing mens' viewing of females, women will likely be hired disproportionably more often based on privacy concerns.
On the other hand, regardless of the efficiency of such legislative remedies, they can disproportionably prioritize the organizers of sports events over the other industry players.
could allocate disproportionably excessive debt to their Australian
As a study of ICSB (International Council for Small Business) and RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship) conference participation lists will reveal, the Nordic countries-Finland, Norway, and Sweden in particular--represent a disproportionably large part of those central European entrepreneurship conference populations.
That society is unequal, hierarchical, that it weighs disproportionably on some instead of others, that it has all the character of inertia, that domination breaks down bodies and souls, is one thing: to conclude that these hierarchies, dissymmetry, inertia, powers, cruelties are made of social stuff is a different argument all together.
This meant that more than a quarter of a million refugees landed on the yard, porch, and doorstep of communities in Texas; a disproportionably high number of them were African Americans.
One way to test this hypothesis directly would be to conduct an experiment similar to that of Joseph, Chun, and Nakayama (1997) to see if participants with low WM capacity would be disproportionably impaired in feature search by a demanding concurrent attention task relative to those with a high WM capacity.
VWF:RCo is disproportionably low), then the diagnosis is likely to be type 2.
On this issue, Sowell appears to be uncompromising: they were designed in the name of the black poor, but the privileges have disproportionably gone to the more advantaged.