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discriminating

(Distinguishing), adjective contrasting, diacritical, differentiating, differentiative, differing, discriminate, distinctive, inconsistent, selective, separative
Associated concepts: discrimination because of race, dissrimination in hiring, discriminatory practices, equal proteccion, illegal discrimination, invidious discrimination, racial discrimination, reverse discrimination

discriminating

(Judicious), adjective appraising, clear-sighted, critical, discerning, dispassionate, impartial, judgmatic, keen, knowing, meticulous, perceptive, perspicacious, rational, reasonable, sagacious, sapient, selective, sober, sound, thoughtful, unbiased, wise
See also: circumspect, cognizant, discerning, discreet, distinctive, judicious, juridical, lucid, particular, perceptive, perspicacious, preferential, prudent, rational, sapient, scrupulous, sensible, sensitive, subtle
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The tau/Abeta42 ratio had a diagnostic accuracy of 91% for discriminating FTD from Alzheimer's and 72% for discriminating FTD from the controls.
Here, a plaintiff must show that the genetic testing, while not targeted at a protected class, still has the impact of discriminating against the protected class.
The complainant, who asked not to be named, said:``This is bordering on being racially discriminating.
I further feel that the British Red Cross is discriminating against its own employees and volunteers by not allowing them to freely practise their religious and cultural customs.
1 maker of passenger jets of discriminating against blacks in promotions, harassing them and retaliating against them when they complained.
Physical fitness standards are only subject to scrutiny under Title VII when they either expressly discriminate against a Title VII protected group or, more commonly, when they have the effect of discriminating against such a protected group.
ADA prohibits privately operated public accommodations from discriminating against people with disabilities, just as the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination by the Federal Government and by entities receiving federal funds.
Four distinguishing characteristics of Ohio's investment tax credit at issue here render it constitutional: (a) Ohio is not discriminating against products manufactured or business operations performed in any other State, (b) the investment tax credit is not related to discrete transactions and it does not target a particular product or industry, (c) the amount of the credit does not change relative to activities in other states, and (d) Ohio's statute does not discriminate on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio.
Not only was he discriminating against them as patrons, he wasn't hiring them at Badlands and at some of his other local businesses.
The US government has reportedly charged American Airlines with discriminating against passengers.
Mr Morris said, ``I feel the British Red Cross is discriminating against me, their employees and volunteers plus the British generally on the grounds of religion and culture.
District Court for the District of Columbia largely blames a 1996 rule clarifying the 1972 statute known as Title IX, which prohibits any school or college that receives federal funding from discriminating based on sex in sports or academics.