biased against (someone or something)

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biased against (someone or something)

Having a prejudice against someone or something. That teacher just seems to be biased against me—she never calls on me in class, and she grades my papers so harshly. My father is biased against that company because he dislikes its outspoken CEO. If you don't start hiring women, people will think you're biased against them or something.
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Of late, however, I feel that the newspaper's policy is biased against Imran Khan and his PTI government.
Summary: Wayanad (Kerala) [India], Aug 27 (ANI): Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday accused the BJP government at the Centre of being biased against Kerala.
The defense argued on Wednesday that Meron has delivered conclusions at previous trials held in The Hague that were related to KaradA3/4ic and crimes committed in Srebrenica, Sarajevo and other municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina which indicate he is biased against the former Bosnian Serb political leader.
He told a press conference after talks with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres that Russia disagreed with the US claims of the UNHRC being biased against Israel.
INDEPENDENCEbrThe minority leader said contrary to Mr Tuju's claims that the Judiciary was biased against the government, the opposition had also lost many cases in courts, but it had never ranted or threatened judges with unspecified consequences.He said Nasa was not holding brief for any individual or particular judge, but was only protecting the independence of the Judiciary as an institution.
She is biased against the President so how can she be fair,' Aguirre added.
IS YOUR NARRATIVE, AND YOU GUYS WORK WITHIN--NOT AGAINST--ITS CONFINES AND ARE THUS BIASED AGAINST "GETTING THE STORY" THAT DOESN'T FIT THAT NARRATIVE.
Because frequency of citation is the standard for evaluating scientific papers, this finding suggests that evaluation of research based on short time windows is biased against novel research.
For Republican presidential contenders challenged by the media, the go-to answer has become a claim of victimhood: You are biased against us.
District Court in Pocatello, Idaho, in June 2015, Johnson claimed he was defamed when written allegations surfaced stating he was biased against non-Mormons and Democrats.
How could Obama get away with telling a Jewish audience that his foreign policy is biased against the Jewish State?
Summary: Both media outlets are often singled out for their coverage, seen as biased against government formed after Saleh bowed to street pressures and resigned in 2012.
Arif Hasan believes that policies and planning of our cities are biased against the poor, keeping poor localities underdeveloped and short of even basic amenities.
It said television station MTV was being biased against Hezbollah in most bulletins by making accusations against the party without any grounds, and inciting sectarian sentiment.
However, his lawyer Niccolo Ghedini said he had little confidence that the Milan court would listen to his arguments and repeated that judges were biased against Berluscno for political reasons.