But I understand editors have a prejudice against
He rather enjoyed seeing his own prejudice against
women grotesquely reflected in this flighty stranger's prejudice against
Apart from his prejudice against
new-fangled surgery, I'm afraid he looks at the case from your point of view--don't do it, for Leslie's sake."
"You are entirely wrong, sir," I said, "in supposing that I speak from any prejudice against
Sir Percival Glyde.
With a strong prejudice against
everything he might say, she began his account of what had happened at Netherfield.
Her prejudice against
the minister had relaxed under his genial talk and presence, but feeling that Mrs.
My father had a strong prejudice against
the Scotch nation.
It would be a poor thing to gratify a prejudice against
Anti-Muslim attitudes and prejudice against
asylum seekers remain widespread in Germany, a new study revealed Thursday.
American Intolerance: Our Dark History of Demonizing Immigrants offers a stark rebuttal to the notion that prejudice against
immigrants is a relatively modern occurrence, charting the history of how immigrants were never welcome in this country.
According to a recent study, Prejudice against
women in power is greater than we might think.
Amnesty International yesterday said the move could spark xenophobia or prejudice against
At a time when different organisations with a far-right agenda are looking for recruits across Britain, Europe and the United States, Labour needs to ensure that prejudice against
Jews is not allowed to gain a foothold in our culture.
ISLAMABAD -- The Chairman APHC says, move by the State Administrative Council to delete a provision in Public Safety Act, reflects the Indian authorities prejudice against
the Kashmiri prisoners, Radio Pakistan reported.
Within Pakistan and among the Pakistanis themselves, prejudice against
one another on the basis of sects and classes exists.