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  • adjective Of or pertaining to segregation.

Etymologies

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segregation +‎ -al

Examples

  • It never ceases to amaze me how the race relations industry think the answer to racism is to employ a load of black people to enforce racial quotas and set up apartheid segregational nonsense such as 'black workers groups'.

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  • Two-replicon systems, repFIIA-repFIC and repFIB, and two post-segregational systems, srnB and hok / sok, are also present in the sequence of pAPEC-1.

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  • The possession of two Par modules by some plasmids would provide a means of avoiding competition with plasmids containing only one homologous set Two post-segregational systems, srnB and hok / sok, were identified in the pAPEC-1 sequence; they are located upstream and downstream of the tra region, respectively.

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  • Finally, segregational laws in the country have tended to polarize the dialects of English along partially ethnic lines.

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  • What ever the outcome, we have to move on together as africans. lets for ones understand that sometimes thing happen the way you may not like them to be, and there is nothing you can do to change them to suit yourself. working together we can do more. people who are not educated are not stupid like you educated lying to yourself that you are the only one clever. they can make their own decisions. it is so sad to see our people especially those that were oppressed by the unjust system to vote for a white minority especially the DA, remember that the National Party was voted by the same black people into power and in return they (NP) came with all segregational laws that we still see written in each and every corner of our country.

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  • It sounds to me that they are the ones holding on to segregational views. "

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