nondiscriminating


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non•dis•crim•i•nat•ing

(ˌnɒn dɪˈskrɪm əˌneɪ tɪŋ)

also non`dis•crim′i•na•to′ry

(-ˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj.
not practicing discrimination; not characterized by or exhibiting prejudice or partiality.
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The Nondiscriminating Heart: Loving-kindness Meditation Training Decreases Implicit Intergroup Bias," Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143(3): 1306-1313.
The other thing is that these access channels allow us to serve the community of potential customers that are often nondiscriminating, showing up at free-standing ERs, urgent cares, retail clinics, using phone apps to get care, etc," James said.
The relevance of the concept of emptiness to mindfulness practice emerges when trying to integrate seemingly contradictory notions: on the one hand, a definition of mindfulness as nonjudgmental and nondiscriminating awareness and, on the other, the inevitable necessity of participating in a world that presents itself as phenomena and, thus, requires discriminations and categorizations (Krageloh, 2013).
Strong distribution networks, supply chain financing, low-cost marketing, product standards, nondiscriminating tax and duty regimes, and training and support of entrepreneurs should also be priorities.
For example, Zillmann and Bryant (1984) demonstrated that repeated, extensive exposure (480 minutes over a 6-week period) to pornography depicting women as hyperpromiscuous and socially nondiscriminating sexual objects resulted in the trivialization of sexual aggressiveness among a group of college students.
The good news--if you can call it that--is that ObamaCare is nondiscriminating.
A: Yes, my mother read my work and always had the same nondiscriminating positive reaction, from the time I was a kid until the last year of her life.
Travelers on commercial flights, as well as private planes used for business or personal reasons, normally obtain at most a fleeting, anonymous, and nondiscriminating glimpse of the landscape and buildings over which they pass.
I doubt there is anyone in Lane County whose life hasn't been touched in some way by cancer's nondiscriminating diseases.
procedural protection to a nondiscriminating firm, because a plaintiff
As Becker (1971) has made clear, relatively nondiscriminating employers drive the discriminating employers out of business in the long-run competitive equilibrium.
The cat's paw theory applied in the context of employment discrimination imputes liability to an employer for an adverse employment action taken by a nondiscriminating decision maker (the cat) induced into taking such action by the discrimination of another employee (the monkey).