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1(act with prejudice)hacer discriminacionesdiscriminarto discriminate against sb — discriminar a algnto discriminate in favor of sb — favorecer a algn
- The Race Relations Act 1976 makes it unlawful to discriminate against anyone on grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins.
- Presumably, there are also straight people in those counties who would prefer to live in a society that did not discriminate against people on grounds of their sexuality.
- New legislation which will make it illegal for businesses to discriminate against workers on grounds of age is due to come into force next year.
- Does your group discriminate against anyone regarding race, gender, belief, or sexual orientation?
- The Constitution also states that: The state shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds of religion, race, caste, place and birth or any form.
- We must not be prejudiced and discriminate against one another.
- But that is a far cry from establishing the very serious allegation that they have discriminated on grounds of race and sex.
- It follows that it is not necessary to show an intention to discriminate on grounds of race or sex, if that is the effect of a decision.
- To discriminate against someone because of their faith is no better than discriminating against someone because of their gender, race or sexuality.
- Employers need to ensure they don't discriminate against disabled employees or job applicants on grounds of disability and to consider making reasonable adjustments in the workplace.
- The Adoption Board said no health board could impose this age cut-off point because it was contrary to the Equal Status Act to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age.
- We should vote in favour of the forces which are democratic and secular and do not discriminate against people on religious grounds after coming to power.
- In many states it's against the law to discriminate against someone due to race, creed or sexual orientation.
- I have tried never to discriminate against people in terms of wealth, status, race, religion or background.
- More than that, I did not discriminate against my men on the basis of race or colour of skin or texture of hair.
- We do not discriminate against anybody on any grounds, nor should we.
- He claimed that the school district stepped over the line with its affirmative action plan and that race was improperly used to discriminate against the white teacher.
- You can't discriminate against beneficiaries at all-not on race, color, national origin, disability, or religion.
- From that date it has been, for the first time, unlawful for employers to discriminate against, harass or victimise their workforce on the grounds of sexual orientation.
- Those who discriminate against others on the grounds of their sexuality cannot be effective team members nor can they provide a professional service to all their patients.
- They do not differentiate or discriminate between domestic, social and public violence, viewing all of them as equally violative of human rights.
- Unfortunately, this research focused on social differences and did not discriminate between denominations.
- Thus, we can use measures of skewness for distributions of expression differences for classified genes to discriminate between models.
- This ensures that even if tax rates differ across countries, the tax does not discriminate between foreign and domestic producers.
- The legislative apparatus of the early liquor industry did not discriminate between the rights of males and females, a significant anomaly in a period when women were denied the vote.
- While we do not inhabit a moral universe where the alternatives are black and white, we do have the capacity to discriminate between what is truly wrong and what is unfortunate but necessary.
- He added that although the school did not discriminate between boys and girls with long hair, ‘extreme fashion was contrary to school rules.’
- We're here because, every year, thousands of people are killed and injured by weapons that don't discriminate between soldier or civilian, between man, woman and child.
- The results tell us for the first time that we should not discriminate between older and middle-aged people when we select patients for therapy to prevent heart attack.
- Retaining the ability to discriminate between good acts and bad acts will become ever harder over the next few months, as new conflicts and paradoxes challenge our preconceptions.
- So, why don't theaters price discriminate between weekend nights and week nights, the way they do between matinees and other shows?
- While they don't think that individual people's satisfaction levels can be measured and compared they do not discriminate between preferences.
- ‘It is very difficult to read it and be able to discriminate between the satirical and what actually happened,’ she said.
- ‘The community centre is there for both villages and we have no plans to discriminate between residents,’ he said.
- It doesn't discriminate between life and death.
- Failure to discriminate between truth and lies leads to the sort of moral equivalency that your post indicates.
- ‘It is important to discriminate between what needs to be read and what can be left,’ he explained.
- Children only discriminate between interesting and boring books.
- The results indicate that, on average, listeners are able to discriminate between the two.
- The experiments were designed to test the ability of the female member of a breeding pair to discriminate between her original mate and a male she had not encountered previously.
- There are only subtle differences between the ratings under each performance dimension, which makes it difficult to discriminate between a good soldier and a very good soldier.
- They find that birds are better able to discriminate differences in nectar concentrations at relatively low concentrations than at high concentrations.
- A concept may be defined as a class of stimuli such that an organism generalizes among all stimuli within the class but discriminates them from those in other classes.
- The second canonical axis discriminates among all three dialects using a combination of the features of the W element.
2.2(be discerning)discernirutilizar el sentido crítico