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segregate

(sĕg′rĭ-gāt′)
v. segre·gated, segre·gating, segre·gates
v.tr.
To separate or isolate from others or from a main body or group.
v.intr.
1. To become separated or distinguished: animals that segregate into male and female herds when not in mating season.
2. Genetics To undergo genetic segregation.
adj. (-gĭt, -gāt′)
Separated; isolated.
n. (-gĭt, -gāt′)
1. One that is or has been segregated.
2. Genetics See segregant.

seg′re·ga′tive adj.
seg′re·ga′tor n.
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Dans un premier temps, une classification des valeurs des indices unigroupes permet de discerner quatre types de situations segregatives (tableau 9).
There have been complaints about the mine's 'overtly segregative (employment) policies' and allegations of 'discriminatory practices' by both the mine's non-Porgeran workforce and the public (Interview 10/11/96).
The first defense offered by public-choice supporters has been to deny the racial and income segregative consequences hypothesized by both the SSGI thesis and the new consolidationists to arise from fragmentation.
(8.) Halttunen puts a cultural spin on Foucault's analysis of the logics that rendered segregative institutions self-evident responses to troublesome individuals by the early nineteenth century.
By declaring Mississippi's efforts at eliminating the vestiges of old segregative policies insufficient, the U.
The rubric "culturalism" is, I submit, not only misleading but partial, segregative, and therefore distorting.
What scholars have sundered as two rival dramatic techniques were two voices within one literature and conflicting voices within one society - one integrative, one segregative. Of course, this split cannot hold.
Finally, the majority made short shrift of the NAACP's equal protection challenge, finding that the racial segregative effect of the program was insufficient to prove the requisite discriminatory intent.
A nearly unanimous Court has lately applied this principle in dealing with persistent if somewhat more subtle "government" behavior in addressing racial discrimination at Mississippi's state universities, holding that "even after a State dismantles its segregative admissions policy, there may still be state action that is traceable to the State's prior de jure segregation and that continues to foster segregation" (U.S.
John Charles Bolger proposes a National Fair Shares Act to create market incentives to support integrative housing choices, and market disincentives to discourage segregative choices.
The San Francisco Home and the several temperance homes of the Boston area persisted amid recurring proposals for more coercive and segregative means to manage inebriates.
Paul and Alfred de Hamal in a gallery space in which the segregative politics of Victorian sexuality are on display provides an opportunity for the forger to express this challenge and to trouble the most familiar and sacred of truths about gender, sexuality, and identity.