Definition of Discriminations

1. Noun. (plural of discrimination) ¹



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Definition of Discriminations

1. discrimination [n] - See also: discrimination

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discriminations

discriminant
discriminant analysis
discriminant function
discriminant stimulus
discriminantly
discriminants
discriminate
discriminated
discriminately
discriminateness
discriminates
discriminating
discriminatingly
discrimination
discrimination learning
discriminations (current term)
discriminative
discriminative stimulus
discriminatively
discriminator
discriminatorily
discriminators
discriminatory
discriminous
discrown
discrowned
discrowning
discrowns
discs
discubitory

Literary usage of Discriminations

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1. Commercial Policy in War Time and After: A Study of the Application of by William Smith Culbertson (1919)
"Tariff discriminations for our purpose may be divided, broadly speaking, ... These discriminations raise an essentially international question and will be ..."

2. Race Distinctions in American Law by Gilbert Thomas Stephenson (1910)
"Other instances might be cited, but only race distinctions have a place here. DISTINCTIONS AND discriminations CONTRASTED It is important, at the outset, ..."

3. Railway Legislation in the United States by Balthasar Henry Meyer (1903)
"discriminations. — discriminations have from the first presented the most serious aspects of railway regulation, and we are therefore not surprised to find ..."

4. Railway Legislation in the United States by Balthasar Henry Meyer (1903)
"discriminations. — discriminations have from the first presented the most serious aspects of railway regulation, and we are therefore not surprised to find ..."

5. The Public Regulation of Railways by Walter Davis Dabney (1889)
"Personal discriminations—Resulting from Excessive Competition; from Supposed Advantages to Accrue to the Railroads Therefrom ; from Mere Favoritism—Never ..."

6. Private Freight Cars and American Railways by Louis Dwight Harvell Weld (1908)
"CHAPTER VII discriminations AND REBATES ONE of the principal charges against private ... During the attempts to put a stop to discriminations under the law, ..."

7. The Act to Regulate Commerce: Construed by the Supreme Court by Hubert Bruce Fuller (1915)
"Railroads may be guilty of unjust and improper discriminations to shippers in the use of wharfage rights and facilities. And the Interstate Commerce ..."

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