inequality or difference in some respect
the state of being unequal; difference
Origin: From disparité.
inequality; difference in age, rank, condition, or excellence; dissimilitude; -- followed by between, in, of, as to, etc.; as, disparity in, or of, years; a disparity as to color
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dis-par′i-ti, n. inequality: unlikeness so great as to render comparison difficult and union unsuitable.
The numerical value of disparity in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of disparity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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We have the existing disparity between ECB policy and Fed policy. Certainly quantitative easing is priced in to a large extent but not fully.
Research shows that people tend to take their tipping habits with them, the bigger disparity between what they're used to and the culture they're traveling to, the more perplexed they'll be.
You need to understand this isn't just about policing, this is about the continuing poverty rates, the continuing growing disparity between the wealthy and the poor. It's still about unemployment issues.
The stark disparity in casualty figures on the two sides ... reflects the (skewed) balance of power and the disproportionate cost borne by Palestinian civilians, raising questions as to whether Israel adhered to the international law principles of distinction, proportionality and precautions.
Health disparities like poverty feed off established social and economic structures that determine the distribution of power and resources. What’s worse, inequality turns diversity into disparity. For someone who belongs to multiple communities that experience health disparities, these disparities do not simply add up: They multiply.
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