indiscrimination


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in·dis·crim·i·na·tion

 (ĭn′dĭ-skrĭm′ə-nā′shən)
n.
Lack of discrimination or judgment.

in′dis·crim′i·na′tive adj.
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If any one part of their proceedings can be said to deserve less blame than another, it was the singular indiscrimination with which they persecuted, not merely the poor and aged, as in former judicial massacres, but people of all ranks; their own equals, brethren, and wives.
As the world commemorated this year's International Women's day, women across the world including Nigeria used the opportunity of the global celebration to press for progress in their fight for gender parity, equality and battle indiscrimination.
The IGP also reiterated that custodial killings or torture on suspects in custody will not be tolerated and police personnel found involved in this practice should be trial under departmental inquiry immediately without any Indiscrimination.
Yet, when a tele-evangelist was sent to jail for 45 years for his alleged acts of indiscrimination, sexual and monetary, Graham visited him in the jail and expressed sympathy.
One cannot assume a mere recognition of rights thus guarantees political indiscrimination and liveable lives.
Last year, the UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons and the special team specialized in indiscrimination against women visited Kuwait too.
He was of the view said that indiscrimination was being meted out with the arrested MNA adding that there must be some guiding principles to protect the privilege and rights of the members of this house.
Indiscrimination of online news source and gullibility of information conveyed in online news.
He directed indiscrimination action against those taking law in their hand and said that no one would be allowed to take law in ones hand.
He ordered indiscrimination crackdown against the persons involved in provocative speeches and distribution of hatred literature and said that those involved in such activities should not be spared and taken to task.
The centres reaffirmed their ''adherence to their constitutional rights of free expression and indiscrimination.