GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Fair and unbiased; not discriminating; not biased against a particular group or type of person.
“It's not fashionable to talk about "common carrier" services -- the idea that some businesses serve an essential function so that they operate in a non-discriminatory way.”
“I, § 8 for carrying out all constitutional powers granted to the federal government, which means, for example, that Congress can require individuals who can afford it to obtain health insurance in order to carry out its authority to regulate the interstate health insurance industry and ensure affordable, non-discriminatory health care.”
“Florida needs to be fair and prudent, and allow all United States citizens the right to higher education in a non-discriminatory fashion.”
“In its announcement, Fujitsu says that its plans rely on Ofcom forcing BT Openreach - the division of the company which looks after its physical infrastructure - to provide access to its telegraph poles and underground cable ducts on "fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms".”
“All UF needs to do is show there was a non-discriminatory basis for their actions.”
“If you do accept that taxation is justified, however, it's not clear why taxation has to be non-discriminatory, or even what that would mean.”
“U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson said there was insufficient progress in the trade talks on Sunday and called for concrete results in areas such as non-discriminatory innovation policies and opportunities for U.S. investors.”
“Certainly, for any woman who has witnessed the demented behaviour of wannabe Richard Hammonds, as biology impels them to sacrifice cars, pedestrians, even their own lives, the decision looks costly and unfair, if not on the tragic scale suggested by Sheilas' Wheels, which has little interest in the theoretical benefits for women of non-discriminatory life insurance.”
“A large part of pay disparity between the genders can be explained by non-discriminatory factors such as individual career choice.”
“And in that takeover order was a merger condition, enforceable by the FCC, for Comcast to run a non-discriminatory, neutral network according to the relatively nebulous FCC rules for seven years, even if those rules are overturned in court.”
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