be intolerant

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An education system that discourages individuals to question widely held beliefs is bound to be intolerant.
Children, from the earliest age, can generally be intolerant at some level.
Media is projecting India to be intolerant. Earlier, similar kinds of things used to happen.
AMID THE rising debate over intolerance, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday asserted that India will never be intolerant. While rejecting Congress' pitch on the issue, Jaitley said opponents must fight political battles politically.
The self-testing route is the most economical way as you eliminate foods you think you might be intolerant to.
I am made to be intolerant. My society has made me intolerant.
Many people who claim to be intolerant to the milk sugar lactose are simply stressed, anxious or depressed.
I have put in place effective mechanisms to improve the way we communicate and I will be intolerant of frustrations being aired outside the force."
The second is, paradoxically, that this so-called tolerance, in its rejection of religion's claim to possess the truth about God and man, can itself be intolerant and even bigoted, for agnosticism is a complete and comprehensive worldview, as narrow and specific in its tenets as the fiercest Muslim fundamentalism.
In its own way, literature always was, is, and must be intolerant. And the clearer it is, the more intolerant it is--that is part of its nature.
Being an Indian, it is a matter of shame that my nation is said to be intolerant. According to me, India has never been intolerant, and will never be.