nonsegregated


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nonsegregated

(ˌnɒnˈsɛɡrɪɡeɪtɪd)
adj
not kept for the exclusive use of one group of people who are the same race, sex, or religion
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Adj.1.nonsegregated - rid of segregationnonsegregated - rid of segregation; having had segregation ended
integrated - not segregated; designated as available to all races or groups; "integrated schools"
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The Successful Bidder Will Be Required To Submit A Certification Of Nonsegregated Facilities Prior To Award Of The Contract, And To Notify Prospective Subcontractors Of The Requirement For Such A Certification Where The Amount Of The Subcontract Exceeds $10,000.
In popular narratives, it is the Supreme Court that gave Americans the right to nonsegregated public spaces and schools, the right to an abortion, and the right to marry a partner of a different race or the same sex.
The punishment for causing or permitting the collection of nonsegregated or unsorted waste; squatting on dumps and landfills; open dumping, burying of biodegradable or nonbiodegradable materials in flood-prone areas, and unauthorized removal of recyclable materials intended for collection by authorized people is a fine of P1,000 to P3,000 or imprisonment of 15 days to six months or both.
Pastor, "ISIS+: a software-in-the-loop unmanned aircraft system simulator for nonsegregated airspace," Journal of Aerospace Information Systems, vol.
Pastors also urge parents to keep their children in school and advocate for equal, nonsegregated education.
In each of the cases, minors of the Negro race, through their legal representatives, seek the aid of the courts in obtaining admission to the public schools of their community on a nonsegregated basis.
We hypothesized that zip codes designated as majority African American, Hispanic, or Asian would have greater odds of being a PCP shortage area compared to majority white zip codes and majority minority zip codes located in segregated MSAs would have greater odds of being a PCP shortage area compared to majority minority zip codes in nonsegregated MSAs.
In addition, teachers with higher levels of efficacy were found to be more open to practices that include students with special needs in integrated or nonsegregated classrooms (Brownell & Pajares, 1999; Meijer & Foster, 1988; Soodak, Podell, & Leman, 1998).
Negative linear slopes significantly predicted both mainstream and total (mainstream and separate special education settings, combined) enrollments, indicating steady decreases in the total government school population and in the nonsegregated (or "mainstream") subset of that population (see Table 2).
middle class was that most commercial and residential, buildings and the side walks connecting them were occupied by a mix of Mexicans, Pakistanis, Asians, African-Americans, Middle Easterners, Indians, Central Americans, Jews, Muslims, transplanted Europeans, Christians, Hare Krishnas, Anglos and others in a single nonsegregated community.
The newly opened Baltimore office held a nonsegregated institute in 1944-45, the first such meeting in that city, (146) but similar actions would have created ambiguities, even resistance to a racial-tolerance agenda, if attempted elsewhere.
Curbside recycling in Eugene and Springfield got a big boost eight years ago when Sanipac began accepting commingled or nonsegregated recyclables in roll-carts.