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CRIMINATION. The act by which a party accused, is proved to be guilty.
     2. It is a rule, founded in common sense, that no one is bound to criminate himself. A witness may refuse to answer a question, when the answer would criminate him, and subject him to punishment. And a party in equity is not bound to answer a bill, when the answer would form a step in the prosecution. Coop. Eq. Pl. 204; Mitf. Eq. Pl. by Jeremy, 194; Story, Eq,. Pl. Sec. 591; 14 Ves. 59.

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These mechanisms are created by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Dis crimination against Women (CEDAW) and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
BUT ONE MAY ASK, HOW IS IT THAT SLAVERY, or any other form of invidious dis' crimination, has played so great a role in American history?
+ European strategy for the rights of the child - against "dys"crimination of children and exclusion of "dys" people - oral question to the Commission
[H]er temper--her violence--her transports of passion--her habitual outbreaks of personal disrespect & crimination, poisoned his peace, and made him a wretched man." (14) Nonetheless, Mary Berry Coxe withdrew her suit in May 1846; apparently, the Coxes agreed to live separately, married in name only.
An automated chamber capable of presenting multiple odor stimuli to 5 locations was used to train rats on 3 simple dis crimination and reversal tasks.
So, because heterosexual males-born-male (the top here) attack females, then transgendered persons (the lower group here) should carry around a special card or forgo their right to legal protection against dis- crimination?
More specifically, female respondents showed more positive other-group attitudes than did male respondents, while they demonstrated lower perceptions of racial dis crimination and experienced less externalizing problems than did the male counterparts.
In this respect, the law shall prohibit any discrimination and guarantee to all persons equal and effective protection against crimination on any ground such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
"It is direct or indirect racial dis- crimination, whatever way you look at it.
Gender proofing A check carried out on a policy proposal to ensure that any potential gender dis- criminatory effects arising from that policy have been avoided and that gender equality is promoted Gender impact assessment Examining policy proposals to see whether they will affect women and men different- ly, with a view to adapting these propo- sals to make sure that any discriminatory effects are neutralised and that gender equality is promoted Positive action Measures targeted at a particular group and intended to eliminate and prevent dis- crimination or to offset disadvantages arising from existing attitudes, beha- viours and structures Source: http://www.ndpgenderequality.ie Notes
(24.) Ronald Hamowy, "Medicine and the Crimination of Sin: 'Self-abuse' in 19th Century America," Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol.
(16) Reduced gender dis crimination, for instance, expands the scope of women's agency, which is an important factor of social change and economic success.