Definition: difference; condition of inequality; OP. parity
Definition: difference; condition of inequality; OP. parity
Sentences Containing 'disparity'
"As a practical matter, the stops display a measurable racial disparity: black and Hispanic people generally represent more than 85 percent of those stopped by the police, though their combined populations make up a small share of the city’s racial composition."(Baker) Some general examples of racial profiling by police.
'There can be no disparity in marriage like unsuitability of mind and purpose'--'no disparity in marriage like unsuitability of mind and purpose.'
'There can be no disparity in marriage like unsuitability of mind and purpose.'
'There can be no disparity in marriage, like unsuitability of mind and purpose.'
A curious equality of friendship, originating, I suppose, in our respective circumstances, sprung up between me and these people, notwithstanding the ludicrous disparity in our years.
As of 2011, there were 7,064 eligible voters living within the district. An area along the west coast of the Great Northern Peninsula, the district has significant economic disparity among various communities.
But after 1000 AD, the society went downhill, there was widespread disparity, "caste practices" and other social evils began in this era.
But I thought--I implore you to remember the narrow construction which has been my besetting sin--that, in a case where there was so much disparity in point of years--' 'That's the way to put it, you see, Master Copperfield!'
Claytor, who was forty years older than his Schenck, attacked him for his youth and inexperience, noting that, "It isn't just the age disparity.
Do not think or speak of disparity between us, for there is none, except in all my many imperfections.
Furthermore, the disparity between the expectations for women as opposed to for men demonstrates gender stratification—varying respect for the individual based on gender—that supports a male-dominated hierarchy.
Given the disparity in effectiveness between their own, and South Korean and US fighters, North Korea maintains a large force of infiltration troops.
Given the disparity in power between Hungary and the Allies, Hungarian chances for victory were slim at best. To buy time, Kun tried to negotiate with the Allies, meeting the South African Prime Minister, General Jan Smuts at a summit in Budapest in April.
Gould's interpretation of the Cambrian Burgess Shale fossils in his book "Wonderful Life" emphasized the striking morphological disparity (or "weirdness") of the Burgess Shale fauna, and the role of chance in determining which members of this fauna survived and flourished.
Had Bandula marched on to Chittagong, which unbeknown to him was lightly held, he could have taken it and the way to Calcutta would have been open.(The Burmese, because of the disparity in arms, could not have won the war in any case.
However, where the inhibitional palsy of the contralateral lateral rectus has not developed, there will still be gross incomitance, with the disparity between the eye positions being markedly greater in the field of action of the affected muscle.
In a skit for NBC's "Saturday Night Live" in 1975, Hawkins played singer Paul Simon in a one-on-one game accompanied by Simon's song, "Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard." The skit was presented as a schoolyard challenge between the two and had Simon winning, despite the disparity in height between the two men (Simon at 5 ft 3 in, Hawkins at 6 ft 8 in).
In general, the disparity of the radiators does not play a role in any attempt of a mathematical calculation of the starting conditions.
In government contracting cases, this is often shown through the use of a disparity index, which is a comparison between the share of contracts awarded to minority contractors and the percentage of qualified minority owned firms in the local population that do such work.
Irregular property reassessments have become a serious issue in the commonwealth as it creates a significant disparity in taxation within a community and across a region.
It has been shown that the tolerance of human stereopsis to cyclodisparity of lines (orientation disparity) is greater for vertical lines than for horizontal lines.
Kerala's Margam Kali is an important element in the age-old and hallowed tradition of St Thomas among the Syrian Christians of Malabar Coast. The disparity between the present condition of this form and the early days leads one to assume three important phases in the history of Margamkali.
Life expectancy is lower and death rates higher in the South than in the other regions of the country for all racial groups This disparity reflects substantial divergence between the South and other regions since the middle of the 20th Century.
Nevertheless, there continues to be a considerable disparity between the percentage of males and females in politics.
Other measures of income inequality also indicated similar trend of increasing disparity in household income.
Several studies show that, in older individuals, the ability to process semantically in contrast with non-semantically is improved by this disparity.
Southern states tend to have a low disparity in incarceration rates between blacks and whites relative to the rest of the country.
Statistical data demonstrates, that although policing practices and policies vary widely across the United States, a large disparity between racial groups in regards to traffic stops and searches.
Suggested reasons for this disparity are that (1) LGBT youths may be specifically targeted on the basis of their perceived sexual orientation or gender non-conforming appearance, and (2) "risk factors associated with sexual minority status, including discrimination, invisibility, and rejection by family members...may lead to an increase in behaviors that are associated with risk for victimization, such as substance abuse, sex with multiple partners, or running away from home as a teenager."
The articles and the public discussion that ensued also focused on the disparity between Blandon's sentence and the prison sentence of life without parole received by Ross upon his conviction on federal drug charges in 1996 -- a case developed by Blandon acting on behalf of the DEA.
The Court therefore held that the statutory scheme to discharge the state's constitutional duty to educate its children, which depended primarily on a local property tax base without regard to the disparity in the towns' ability to finance an educational program and with no significant equalizing state support, was not "appropriate legislation" as required by Article Eighth of the state constitution.
The disparity in household income had widened in 2000, reflecting the faster income growth for the higher-income households.
The Lib Dems and their Liberal and SDP predecessors have suffered especially, particularly in the 1980s when their electoral support was greatest while the disparity between the votes and the number of MPs returned to parliament was significantly large.
The report concedes that some – but not all – of this disparity can be attributed to "residual odors", which linger even after contraband is removed from the vehicle.
The state of Alabama had adopted a statutory scheme that imposed alimony obligations on husbands but not on wives for the stated purpose of addressing the economic disparity between men and women by providing support for needy women after divorce.
The UIC Urban Health Program was established in 1978 by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to respond to the disparity in the quality and access of health care in underserved minority populations in Chicago's inner city.
There can be no disparity in marriage like unsuitability of mind and purpose.'
They told me they trusted and confided their honour and good name to my virtue and rectitude alone, and bade me consider the disparity between Don Fernando and myself, from which I might conclude that his intentions, whatever he might say to the contrary, had for their aim his own pleasure rather than my advantage; and if I were at all desirous of opposing an obstacle to his unreasonable suit, they were ready, they said, to marry me at once to anyone I preferred, either among the leading people of our own town, or of any of those in the neighbourhood; for with their wealth and my good name, a match might be looked for in any quarter.
Through its investigation of the issue of low representation of underrepresented minority students in pharmacy school, the College concluded that this disparity was due to a lack of exposure among minority elementary and high school students to the profession.
Together with the 8 degrees that can usually be compensated by sensory means, this means that the normal human observer can achieve binocular image fusion in presence of cyclodisparity (also called orientation disparity in the case of a line image) of up to approximately 16 degrees.
When I had done tumbling over Traddles, and had sat upon something which was not a cat--my first seat was--I so far recovered my sight, as to perceive that Mr. Spenlow had evidently been the youngest of the family; that there was a disparity of six or eight years between the two sisters; and that the younger appeared to be the manager of the conference, inasmuch as she had my letter in her hand--so familiar as it looked to me, and yet so odd!--and was referring to it through an eye-glass.
Wilstein’s story focused on the disparity of steroid rules in different sports.
[http://mms.elibraryhub.com/SHC/Govt/MTI/SingStat/c2000adr-hhinc.pdf] Household income disparity.
More Vocab Words::: misadventure - mischance; ill luck; Ex. death by misadventure
::: matin - \'ee(matinee) dramatic or musical performance given in the afternoon
::: evenhanded - impartial; fair
::: mesmerize - hypnotize; N. mesmerism; CF. Franz Mesmer
::: sanction - approve; ratify; N: permission; penalty intended to enforce compliance
::: indigenous - native; Ex. plant indigenous to the New World
::: imperceptible - unnoticeable; impossible to perceive; undetectable
::: quisling - traitor who aids invaders; CF. Vidkun Quisling
::: latitude - freedom from narrow limitations
::: prelate - church dignitary; priest of high position in the church (esp. bishop)