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Sentence count:130+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-20Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: disparagedisparagingdisparagementdissimilaritydispatchclaritycharitysimilarityMeaning: [dɪ'spærətɪ]  n. inequality or difference in some respect. 
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(1) There is great disparity between the amount of work that I do and what I get paid for it.
(2) The great disparity between the teams did not make for an entertaining game.
(3) We are still seeing a disparity between the rates of pay for men and women.
(4) People came to realize that there was great disparity between the amount of work that they did and what they got paid for it.
(5) The next is the disparity between different countries.
(6) The resource disparity is evident in the campaign headquarters.
(7) There are two ways of coping with this disparity.
(8) In this sense, economic disparity overrides political equality in the information sphere; the marketplace of ideas has grown severely skewed.
(9) I was shocked to find that such blatant disparity in benefits still existed.
(10) Concern was also expressed over the growing disparity between living standards in Phnom Penh and in the rest of the country.
(11) This disparity in social attitudes is certainly reflected in the ambivalent feelings held by retired people.
(12) The Pop Tarts are the apotheosis of this disparity between rhetoric and achievement.
(13) The disparity is acknowledged in the Bill with an attempt at a discount scheme, but that disparity has not been overcome.
(14) Of course, disparity between the timber industry and environmental groups centres on the definition of sustainability.
(15) The disparity between solar noon and mean noon widens and narrows as the seasons change, on a sliding scale.
(16) We are still seeing a disparity between men's and women's salaries.
(17) Despite the disparity in execution the result is surprisingly similar.
(18) Barricades Week revealed the enormous disparity between de Gaulle's policy and the reality of its implementation.
(19) The great disparity between home and away form last year was more of a freak than either aspect taken alone.
(20) A list of companies who carry out these disparity valuations is held by the personnel manager.
(21) The economic disparity between the area's black and white citizens is a serious problem.
(22) The same differences are evident in pay disparity, which is greatest at doctoral universities and the least at four-year colleges.
(23) That disparity was due to the high level of mortgage lending at Bankinter.
(24) Still, there is an immense income disparity between the largest cities, Jakarta and Soerabaya, and rural areas.
(25) Such a clear disparity is partially explained by Coleridge's haphazard method of writing, of his ideas.
(26) In such a place, illusion rivals economic disparity as an enemy to peace.
(27) Years later, toward the end of his life, Joe began a biographical discussion of his childhood by noting this disparity.
(28) It will be a matter for discussion as to whether all partners should retire at the same age or whether circumstances justify disparity.
(29) The substantial portion of £18,000 doubtless reflected interalia the disparity of age: Mary Banks was thirty, John Savile twenty-two.
(30) Other figures filed Friday were also interesting because of the disparity between player and team.
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