unequitable

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unequitable

(ʌnˈɛkwɪtəbəl)
adj
a variant of inequitable
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"The clear unequitable pay between the US men's and women's soccer teams is unacceptable and I'm glad the US Women's Soccer Team latest victory is causing public outcry.
The concept of women as inferior, unequitable and defective beings takes on new contours with the arrival of obstetrics and is strengthened (16,17).
"The EU's current position is in fact based on the unequitable and maximalist claims of Greece and the Greek Cypriots regarding the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean aiming at usurping the rights of Turkey and of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus - the co-owner of the island of Cyprus.
(TAP) - "Staying the course on reducing the fiscal deficit, strengthening international reserves, maintaining tight monetary policy, and gradually phasing out unequitable energy subsidies while shielding vulnerable households is critical to maintain economic stability and support the political transition process amid elevated macroeconomic vulnerabilities," said an International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by BjE[micro]rn Rother at the end of a review mission to Tunisia on March 27- April 9.
If the tax department finds an allocation or apportionment method "inapplicable" or "unequitable," other methods can be used to recalculate the tax in a way that reasonably allocates income to business activity in Virginia.
A potential unintended effect of the PADER-G is unequitable distribution of grain during the lean season, if for example households that were better off borrowed more grain from the cereal banks only to sell it.
105, 136 (2014) ("Manipulation is also associated with increased volatility and reduced volume as investors exit the market rationally in fear of trading with a manipulator."); Haft, supra note 28, at 1051 ("[T]aking advantage of inside information that is unavailable to other parties is inherently unequitable....
[6,7] This is the result of poorly functioning health systems, local health systems barriers, [7,8] low and unequitable coverage [3] and problematic political leadership.
In the same annual report, COA questioned the NFA for increased rice allocation to retailers in four areas in Luzon in 2017 and noted that this resulted in "unequitable rice distribution" in the country.
Unequitable resource allocation promotes a culture of finger pointing between communities, feeding the raging ogre that is ethnic animosity.
This is because the student with full of information will fell that GST is unfair and unequitable tax system because it does has effect on their spending (Nurul M.H., Nadiah A.H., Mastora Y., Bedah A., Muhamad I.I., 2017).