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TOLERATION. In some. countries, where religion is established by law, certain sects who do not agree with the established religion are nevertheless permitted to exist, and this permission is called toleration. Those are permitted and allowed to remain rather as a matter of favor than a matter of right.
     2. In the United States, there is no such a thing as toleration, all men have an equal right to worship God according to the dictates of their own consciences. See Christianity; Conscience; Religious test.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Exceptions are made only to the Gypsies, against whom the prejudices are much higher, though again decreasing from about 70% of their unwillingness for neighbors in Lithuania and Slovakia to about 25% in Sweden, which is the most tolerant country in the EU.
Ten healthy insects (each 4th and 6th instar larvae) of susceptible and tolerant populations were introduced in different Petri plates for 20 h and plates were incubated at 35+-2AdegC and 60+-5% relative humidity in continuous darkness (Hafiz et al., 2017).
An Emirati student, Shabib Ahmed bin Shabib, said: "In a time of major political instability happening in the world, it's more important than ever to be tolerant and accepting of all people.
This decision is a premise in founding a tolerant society which is the need of hour.
He said Irri is developing rice varieties "that are not only flood tolerant but also has other desirable rice traits favorable for farmers while maintaining the same crop management practices and applying their known methods in growing traditional rice varieties."
Talking to the state channel he said extremists are criticizing and making noise in India over the visit of Novjot Singh Sidhu to Pakistan and it was witnessed that Pakistani society is a tolerant and liberal.
Bacterial samples gathered from hospitals in Melbourne, Australia after 2009 are more tolerant to alcohol, meaning they can survive exposure to it longer.Researchers arent sure why this particular type of bacteria is acting this way, but say it may be something about the physiology of E.
'Per hectare, we hardly produce two to three metric tons using farmers variety, now with the interventions of new technologies, using Stress Tolerant Rice for Africa and South Asia (STRASA), Africa Rice and National Cereal Research Institute (NCRI), Baddegi, now we are having improved varieties that can give you up to Four to seven metric tons per hectare under good management.'
Cheng, "Analysis and control of active neutral-point-clamping three-level inverters under fault tolerant operation modes," in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS '15), pp.
Ma, "Distributed fault tolerant estimation for multi-sensor sampled systems," Computer Measurement & Control, vol.
Over time, though, some species become more tolerant of humans' presence; the extent to which they do largely is driven by the type of environment in which the animals live and by their body size, according to Daniel Blumstein, professor and chair of ecology and evolutionary biology at UCLA, who analyzed 75 studies conducted over the past half-century of 212 mammal, lizard, and bird species.