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    Examples of discriminated in a Sentence

  • 例文 discriminate
    1. Since he was colorblind he was unable to discriminate between the blue and green bottles.
    2. Her preceptress had never found it necessary to repeat an admonition of any kind, since her arrival at years to discriminate between the right and the wrong.
    3. Because MLT has an antigonadotrophic effect in humans and rodents by inhibiting testosterone synthesis in the testis, it is difficult to discriminate the direct influence of this hormone in androgen-dependent organs, such as the prostate.
    4. This technique allowed us to quantify hemilesioned rat motor activity using a set of behaviours representative of normal movements, i.e. similar to those observed in intact rats and, enabled us to discriminate these from the typical contraversive turning response that is observed under L-Dopa treatment.
  • 例文 discriminated
    1. They are the most discriminated-against people in this country.
    2. I like to call 4-person interactions and relational systems 'quadrals' (845—846). Their potentially visible occurrence in encounter type groups probably varies widely, and is not often discriminated unless in groups literally composed of couples.
    3. The Romani have long been discriminated against.
    4. The firm discriminated sexually in its hiring and retention practices.
    5. Interestingly, we found that these time-resolved metabotypes were discriminated into five distinct clusters.
  • 例文 discriminating
    1. The law prohibits discriminating against people based on their skin color.
    2. Operetta is tricky: potentially as sparkling and sophisticated as Champagne, it is often produced today as a kind of Kool-Aid punch, overbright and oversweet and with very little appeal to a discriminating audience.
    3. This is the first report to present potential biomarkers from SF for discriminating BD with arthritis from SNA. The metabolomics of SF may be helpful in searching for potential biomarkers and elucidating the clinicopathogenesis of BD with arthritis.
    4. Aristotle argued the law of non-triviality was an inevitable belief for all people because denying it is not possible if a person is going to behave in a discriminating way.
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  1. en discriminated-against
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