- n someone who is or has been segregated
- v separate by race or religion; practice a policy of racial segregation
This neighborhood is segregated
We don't segregate in this county
- v divide from the main body or mass and collect
Many towns segregated into new counties
Experiments show clearly that genes segregate
- v separate or isolate (one thing) from another and place in a group apart from others
the sun segregates the carbon
large mining claims are segregated into smaller claims
- Look up to heaven and admit that you know it's God's law to segregate.
- The violence came as California's prison system is adapting to a 2005 Supreme Court ruling that makes it more difficult for facilities to automatically segregate new prisoners by .
- Nicholas Bequelin, a researcher with the NGO Human Rights Watch, called it "a protest pen" meant to segregate demonstrators.
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- Rural Colorado Counties Threaten Secession From State
It sounds implausible and unimaginable for a state to want to secede from the United States, let alone counties within a particular state, but county commissioners in rural parts of northern Colorado are pushing forward with a plan to segregate. This measure would allow them to become their own independent state apart from Colorado. Easier [...] Rural Colorado Counties Threaten Secession From ...
June 10, 2013 - The Inquisitr
- Jude Law in USA Today
The world celebrates so many days that often separate and segregate us ...... and yet there is none that ties us all together,Law said.
- Sam Brownback in International Herald Tribune
Brownback, a former Methodist who converted to Catholicism in 2002, told the same forum that faith "doesn't make all your decisions, but you can't segregate it out - it's part of the values basis you bring."
- Gordon Gee in Forbes
Its real legacy, Gee said, is "exploding the notion you have to separate, isolate and segregate athletes for them to be successful."