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1. Many school boards found segregation a hot potato in the early 1960 s.
2. Partitions provided a segregation between the smoking and non - smoking areas of the canteen.
3. We oppose segregation on religious grounds.
4. The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that racial segregation in schools was unconstitutional.
5. The system of racial segregation that used to exist in South Africa was called apartheid.
6. The courts struck down local segregation laws because they violated the federal constitution.
7. Segregation of white and colored children in public schools has a detrimental effect upon the colored children.
8. Horizontal segregation: This is the separation of women into different occupations from men.
9. The segregation of departments according to media, rather than along historical periods, has always been a hallmark of the Louvre.
10. The segregation of school pupils who have disabilities or learning difficulties poses this question immediately.
11. Segregation on the basis of race is a denial of equal protection in violation of the Constitution. 38a.
12. Further gravitational segregation of the iron core means that denser material moves inwards displacing less dense material outwards.
13. Legal racial segregation has been outlawed; blacks have the vote; votes are pretty much equal in value.
14. In a unanimous decision, it outlawed segregation altogether.
15. Segregation and control units have been used for difficult prisoners, especially in women's prisons.
16. Racial segregation was outlawed by the Supreme Court in 1954.
17. They have lobbied hard for complete segregation on tunnel trains, similar to the operation of cross-Channel ferries.
18. The segregation becomes more marked, the more detailed the level of investigation.
19. This is because segregation within any given workplace is more severe than that shown by national statistics covering all workplaces.
20. Cara recognized it as typical West Riding segregation, the men together, the women likewise.
21. Federal law on segregation had been changed in 1960; the news had yet to penetrate below the Mason-Dixon line.
22. In the 1960s, King and others used civil disobedience to fight institutional segregation in the South.
23. Peres now has endorsed a plan favored by his assassinated predecessor, Yitzhak Rabin(sentencedict.com/segregation.html), that calls for strict segregation.
24. In 1961, the New Abolitionists focused their attention on segregation in interstate transportation, particularly on passenger buses.
25. They also concluded that genetic factors alone, without environmental interactions, could account for this segregation.
26. Warders in riot gear stormed the room after four hours and marched the 12 protesters to a segregation block.
27. He deftly explains how many seemingly pleasant private decisions lead to distinctly unpleasant public results, such as increased economic segregation.
28. As gangs of home supporters confronted rival travelling groups, the internal segregation of the ground by age was intensified.
29. A Negro dies of heart failure, they blame it on racial segregation.
30. In fact, many public schools are funded by property taxes, making direct the connection between residential and education segregation.
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