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discriminatory

adjective biased, bigoted, favoring, inequitable, influenced, iniquitous, jaundiced, one-sided, partisan, preconceived, predisposed, prejudiced, selective, separate, slanted, unjust, unjustified, warped
Associated concepts: discriminatory action, discriminatory implementation, discriminatory laws, selective enforceeent
See also: inequitable, one-sided, partial
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101) The court agreed with the union that all of Prozanski's warnings violated Section 8(a)(1) and (3) because they were discriminatorily issued.
32) The Federal Circuit, applying the unconstitutional conditions doctrine, also rejected the government's argument that the provision does not ban speech--stating while the government's argument may be true, it discriminatorily chills private speech.
Because black voters disproportionately use the practice, its elimination would discriminatorily impact the African American community, lengthening already too-long wait times to vote (sometimes twice as long compared with lines in white communities) in under-resourced polling precincts.
But second, even our civil rights of antidiscrimination protect us against the underlying right of which we cannot be discriminatorily deprived.
76) Here, counsel could have argued that AB's right to equality as a young person required granting her access to pseudonymity in order to permit her to pursue civil legal redress against her attacker, and that the application of the subjective proof of harm standard, which might otherwise be fairly applied to adults, had discriminatorily negative effects when applied to a child.
Justice Douglas held that the death penalty was cruel and unusual because it was barbaric, (65) selective to poor, minorities and the outcasts of society, (66) irregularly used, (67) and "unusual" because it was imposed arbitrarily or discriminatorily.
Anyway, even if we can gain knowledge that it isn't a painted mule via deduction when employing certain discriminatorily powerful procedures to know that it is a zebra, these procedures aren't the ones we normally need to use or usually use (given our worldview) in order to know that it is a zebra.
Simultaneously, social justice reformers saw small schools as places that concentrated on social reform, overcoming the "'one-size-fits-all curriculum" (48) which discriminatorily labeled children.
23) The Bhe judgment concerned three related cases where the principle had been similarly invoked and had impacted discriminatorily on the applicants.
31) Equally significant, an early version of the portrait is deployed as part of the book's analysis of the sodomy arrests in which an argument is offered that they were discriminatorily motivated.
It should come as no surprise that a law rooted in condemnation of sexual acts traditionally associated with homosexuality and applied in a context in which black women's sexualities have historically and continue to be framed as deviant, was discriminatorily applied to low-income black women, including transgender women, and gay men of color who were--or were profiled as-trading sex.
Griesing was an exceptional performer at the firm, she was discriminatorily denied the compensation, promotions, support and rewards enjoyed by the firm's less productive and less competent male shareholders," Sanford Heisler said.