equal-opportunity employer, allowing no discrimination on grounds of race, creed, or sex.
It's an equal-opportunity flattering style.
Apparently, evil is equal opportunity.
The project visits households in socially deprived areas ensuring they have an equal opportunity to participate in recycling initiatives.
internecine rivalries, debased equal opportunity into equal opportunism.
mean to say that there should be equal opportunity to get into better positions?
He claims that a posted rebuttal will provide " more than equal opportunity " for defense.
rivalryc programs, with the skin counts and internecine rivalries, debased equal opportunity into equal opportunism.
sufficient capacity in the right places to give everyone an equal opportunity to choose.
There must be sufficient capacity in the right places to give everyone an equal opportunity to choose.
While Griffin is an equal opportunity offender in her stand-up routines, she has no qualms about ripping on the rich and famous.
The state sector offers equal opportunity employment as well as good and safe working conditions.
Sears is known to provide generous benefits for its employees and live true to its mantra as an equal opportunity employer.
The Act was designed to provide equal opportunity to all Americans.
Increase HUD's role in enforcement of the Act - Complaints are now actively investigated by the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO).
When most people think about underwear models, they think of women, but underwear modeling is an equal opportunity business and there are plenty of male underwear models.
Sears is an equal opportunity employer that keeps a strict drug-free policy.
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