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dis·pa·rate

(dis'pa-răt),
Unequal; not alike.
[L. disparo, pp. -atus, to separate, fr. paro, to prepare]

disparate

(dĭs′pă-răt) [L. disparitas, unequal]
Dissimilar, not equally paired.
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Viewed from this perspective, the Supreme Court's approach to the standard of proof for obtaining a pseudonymity order could be understood as necessary to secure LGBTQ children and youth's right to equality on the basis of sexual orientation, since homophobic sexualized attacks are disparately likely to affect actual or perceived members of those communities.
Research on 'Offshore outsourcing' is still disparately scattered among the different research field such as International Business (IB), Strategic Management (SM) and Supply chain management (SCM).
To appropriate a felicitous musical metaphor, tradition, and (post)modernity become synonymous with the concordant and discordant keys in an orchestra, harmonizing a rhythmic musical symphony of seemingly disparately cultural ontologies.
Although no final conclusion pertaining to possible risk factors predicting future criminal behaviour was made, our study population seemed to have a disparately high percentage of previous criminal charges, history of substance abuse and previous head injury.
If an employer was in an area with a large Hispanic population, and made a policy banning visible tattoos in the workplace, one could see how this would disparately affect the hiring of Hispanics.
Because they have been documented as effective in theoretically sound and effective in connecting with difficult-to-access and disparately spread populations without compromising quality requirements (Adler & Zarchin, 2002; Turney & Pocknee, 2005), virtual focus groups help to further deepen the understanding of the themes that emerged in the interviews.
Some of the elements disparately covered include publication counts and placement; location of training; supply and demand factors within particular countries; the influence of outside agencies such as the World Bank; and the influence of a number of economists from Latin America working in the US.
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These problems are further exacerbated in disparately populated areas like the North.
Indeed, as students of color disparately transfer from schools to prisons, one can rightly say that America's education and criminal justice systems now bear a symbiotic relationship.
According to the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, when revenue shortfalls are allocated among state services, higher education absorbs disparately larger cuts, and when cuts occur, they result in higher tuition and reduced access to student aid (Callan, 2002).
Internal, external, prison, and underground are categories that are too intertwined to speak about disparately, he says, but he does focus on the underground as that part of the struggle that of necessity had to be kept secret.