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3, Prejudice is the child of ignorance. William Hazlitt
4, Her friendliness soon overcame the prejudice of her stepchildren.
5, There is widespread prejudice against workers over 45.
6, Laws against racial prejudice must be strictly enforced.
7, A judge must be free from prejudice.
8, Women still face prejudice in the workplace.
9, The party's policies were based on prejudice rather than on any coherent ideology.
10, Prejudice sometimes hampers a person from doing the right thing.
11, He continued to smoke, to the prejudice of his health.
12, Your bad spelling may prejudice your chances of getting the job.
13, They accused him of having a prejudice against his women employees.
14, Prejudice remains deeply ingrained in many organizations.
15, People from ethnic minorities often face prejudice and discrimination.
16, Asian pupils complained of racial prejudice at the school.
17, She has a prejudice against modern music.
18, His voice and manner prejudice his audience against him.
19, He was a victim of racial prejudice.
20, The speech was just pandering to racial prejudice.
21, Society needs to advance beyond prejudice and superstition.
22, What he said was tinctured with prejudice.
23, I try to rise above prejudice.
24, She had never encountered such deep prejudice before.
25, You should liberate the mind from prejudice.
26, Their decision was based on ignorance and prejudice.
27, The greatest friend of truth is time, her greatest enemy is prejudice,[http://sentencedict.com/prejudice.html] and her constant companion is humility.
28, If democracy is to survive, it is the task of men of thoughts, as well as men of action, to put aside pride and prejudice; and with courage and single-minded devotion---- to find the truth and teach the truth that shall keep men free.
29, This part of the community needs to be protected from racial prejudice .
30, She criticized the government for trying to whip up anti-German prejudice.