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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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'Pakistani media is already facing immense direct and indirect pressures these days and it is the duty of the government to take measures for easing the ongoing pressures whereas the affairs of media should be dealt with as per existing laws,' they added.They demanded that the government withdraw the announcement of discriminatory media courts at its earliest.
They demanded government to withdraw the announcement of discriminatory media courts at its earliest.
A match will be forfeited by the team if their supporters are found to be guilty of racist and other discriminatory behaviour.
"We found that more targeted, discriminatory tweets posted in a city related to a higher number of hate crimes.
Motorcycle riders said they denounce the new law because it is discriminatory.
States including New York and California also have longstanding legislation that outlaws discriminatory business conduct based on the religion, national origin, or citizenship of the target and enables entities to sue the perpetrators of such discrimination.
"To avoid using discriminatory terms we might put 'has to be western/Arabic educated' or 'ability to travel freely between regions'.
Mackic analyzes the engagement of the European Court of Human Rights with the phenomenon of discriminatory violence, that is violence based on skin color, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation--often called hate crimes.
SBS, and other Spanish-language broadcasters, vehemently object and protest such unilateral, and seemingly, discriminatory actions taken by Nielsen, which unfairly and disproportionally exclude Hispanic-listener households from the ratings methodology.
I have never heard of anything so shockingly discriminatory in all my life.
The following process is intended to give potential employees and employers an opportunity for acceptable theory and process of interviewing and discriminatory behaviors.
A federal appeals panel on Friday OK'd state lawmakers' efforts to rewrite Texas' embattled voter ID law to address discriminatory faults previously identified by the courts.