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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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then goes on to discuss how analysis of the effects of the bill along the axis of gender, in addition to race, reveal women of color as the group most disparately impacted by recent intrastate minimum wage preemption.
In localities without clean water, collection occurs from muddy, often contaminated, sources, disparately increasing health risks for women.
Furthermore, the total LCC workforce may be down substantially since its peak in 2012, but certain sectors have been disparately impacted while others have grown.
(21) Since the 1970s, the Court--when it has reviewed the constitutionality of facially neutral laws that disparately harm members of historically subordinated classes, such as African Americans or women--has applied a deferential rational basis review unless the plaintiffs have proven that the law was motivated by a discriminatory purpose and thus functions as a de facto classification.
While scoring-based models eliminate a user's ability to inject bias into the scoring system, the models do not guarantee that the scoring criteria will not disparately affect a protected class.
However, just as in the rest of Asia for the most part, aquaculture in the Philippines is mainly a game where the players are small-scale that operate disparately.
These critical activities often occur disparately across HHS agencies and lack a cohesive vision that provides clear direction on prioritization and deployment of resources.
The situation of undocumented immigrants does disparately impact Latinos.
Noting that the current "IDPP is pretty much a disaster," that it disenfranchised more than 100 people for the April primary, that the DMV had discretion not to issue ID, and that the law disparately impacted voters of color, the district court had ordered modifications for the upcoming election.
These examples demonstrate how similar digital services and products can be disparately classified and taxed.
In summary, two lieutenants just off their tours as Division Officers came up with the idea to develop a mobile app that would provide ready access to the large volume of commonly used, but disparately located, information in one place--on their phones and tablets.