- disparate + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The reason that black people were disparately harmed is because more black people lived in the area.”
“I wonder whether some enterprising lawyers might bring a class action suit against law firms, arguing that the billable hour disparately impacts women with families -- and thus, violates Title VII.”
“Interestingly, Carolyn Elefant suggests in this post at the Legal Blog Watch that as a result, the institutionalized "billable hour" may in fact disparately impact women lawyers who have children:”
“As the ranks of entry-level attorneys became increasingly more diverse, and women represent over 50% of the attorneys in the "pipeline" of new graduates, the refusal to consider such requests for change has disparately impacted women and minority attorneys.”
“Prominent programs' frustrations festered in the 1970s, when the NCAA was a motley collection of disparately sized athletic programs with equal voting rights and shared television revenues.”
“Here, by contrast, we have the unusual case where there is already a well-developed public record of Gupta being treated substantially disparately from 28 essentially identical defendants, with not even a hint from the SEC, even in their instant papers, as to why this should be so.”
“These companies realize that in order to get the best leverage out of these environments, they cannot manage them each disparately.”
“He said the suit presented "the unusual case where there is already a well-developed public record of Gupta being treated substantially disparately from 28 essentially identical defendants, with not even a hint from the SEC...as to why this should be so.”
“At a small, informal presentation of the dance last month in the company's downtown headquarters, a spokesman introduced the work by saying that Mr. Taylor had taken some inspiration from "Rashomon," Akira Kurosawa's 1950 film about a horrific event recalled quite disparately by various witnesses.”
“I bet there'd be more growth in average middle-class wages if they saw charts showing just how disparately the upper echelon management of giant coporations treats those it considers its serf-class indentured servants. donttreadonme”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘disparately’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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