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dis puh rit

  • s  fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind
    such disparate attractions as grand opera and game fishing
    disparate ideas
  • s  including markedly dissimilar elements
    a disparate aggregate of creeds and songs and prayers

  • The disparate groups rallied together when it came to fight the invader.
  • But music theorists have long known that there's something else that ties these disparate musical forms together.
  • Ever play that game in which you try to connect disparate people using as few links as possible? We wondered what it would take to connect Barack Obama to each and every one of our .
News & Articles

  • Analysis: Public awareness is key to living with Big Data
    The controversy over the U.S. government's covert data-mining program provides a glimpse into a far broader world — one of disparate data sources maintained by governments and business alike that can be knitted together for purposes ranging from improving the way companies provide consumer products and protecting the public to potentially allowing more sinister uses like building dossiers on ...
    June 16, 2013 - The Record
  • Obama's Syria Moves Threaten Foreign Policy Legacy
    President Obama balancing disparate interests in Syria.
    June 14, 2013 - US News & World Report
  • US-China climate deal was long in the works
    Disparate interests ranging from environmental activists to businesses and industry are lining up to support a first-of-its-kind deal between the U.S. and China to phase out a chemical blamed for climate ...
    June 12, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  • Anthony Kennedy in The Wichita Eagle
    It should come as no surprise that a legitimate policy directing law enforcement to arrest and detain individuals because of their suspected link to the (9/11) attacks would produce a disparate, incidental impact on Arab Muslims,Kennedy said....
  • Jonathan Evans in Washington Post
    The uncomfortable truth is that attempted attacks in Britain "are not simply random plots by disparate and fragmented groups," Evans said. "The majority of these attacks, successful or otherwise, have taken place because al-Qaida has a clear...
  • Ben Bernanke in New York Times
    This disparate treatment, unappealing as it is, appears unavoidable,Mr. Bernanke said. "Our economic system is critically dependent on the free flow of credit."

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