Discriminating Definition

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1. A reduced mathematic model further validates the above hypothesis of discriminating alignment. 1
2. A test is useful for discriminating those students who have reached a higher level from those at a lower level. 1
3. After simply introducing the principle of RPR, this paper mainly discusses the key techniques of RPR, such as RPR priority scheme, fairness algorithm and topology discriminating mechanism. 1
4. After the concept of inrush current is introduced, the existing methods for discriminating inrush are discussed. 1
5. All recipes have been time and taste tested, most notably by her discriminating and diabetic husband. 1
6. Are clinicians reluctant to put older people on surgical waiting lists because they are in some way discriminating against older people? 1
7. Are inheritance practices basically inegalitarian, discriminating in particular against female members of rural households? 1
8. As film audiences get older, they will become more discriminating. 1
9. Books were a jumble and I had no notion of discriminating between them. 1
10. But the beneficial impact of such initiatives will only be felt when the punters start discriminating positively in favour of those taking a lead. 1
11. Confirmable watermark, which is obtained from discriminating watermark after an especial process with pseudo random sequence, is embedded into the wavelet coefficients of low sub-band. 1
12. Consumers have become increasingly more discriminating in regard to quality. 1
13. Council officers were yesterday accused of discriminating against the disabled. 1
14. Diagnostics is a word of Greece origin , which means discriminating, specifying. 1
15. Due caution should be exercised in discriminating between the two. 1
16. Employers in other countries not burdened with costs of discrimination will be able to undersell discriminating employers in the international market for goods. 1
17. For profit-maximizing employers will attempt to avoid the cost of discriminating employers by segregating minorities into separate companies. 1
18. For similar reasons America's bilateral merchandise trade deficit with China—$226.8 billion in 2009—is not evidence in itself that China is discriminating against American imports. 1
19. He is incapable of discriminating between a good idea and a terrible one. 1
20. He said the move increased parental choice and responded to complaints that the Government was discriminating against church schools. 1
21. He told me to say many thingsall so delicate, so discriminating. 1
22. Hence part of the project will be concerned to develop methods for discriminating between models in such situations. 1
23. Here, it is leveraged to build a discriminating logical expression. 1
24. How can we make our use of praise discriminating and therefore meaningful, rather than profligate or ritualized? 1
25. However, the November 1985 review saw a return to a policy of discriminating against child benefit. 1
26. In this paper, several key circuits, such as frequency discriminating circuit, comparator circuit, trigger circuit, controllable commutation circuit. 1
27. In this paper, we proposed a new feature selection method called Conditional Mutual Information Maximin (CMIM). It can select a set of individually discriminating and weakly dependent features. 1
28. Is Israel discriminating between civilians and combatants? Are its actions proportionate to the military gain? 1
29. It also defies basic standards of fairness by discriminating against large numbers of minority students. 1
30. It had to carry conviction with a better educated, more discriminating public. 1
 

Discriminating

[dəˈskriməˌnādiNG]

ADJECTIVE

  - (of a person) having or showing refined taste or good judgment.

VERB

  - recognize a distinction; differentiate.

  - make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age.

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