Examples of egalitarian in a Sentence
egalitarian policies for the redistribution of wealth
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The event itself tries hard to be egalitarian, but some obvious facts stand out: 80 percent of participants are white, 40 percent are from California and nearly 60 percent of the people here live in households earning more than $100,000 annually.
The way artificial intelligence identifies words and images is based on the way people use them, so in order to promote a more egalitarian world, engineers would have to intervene in the creation of the software.
Leaders of liberal Jewish groups, who represent the vast majority of American Jews, are already at odds with the Israeli government over issues such as egalitarian prayer and recognition of religious conversions.
Yet, this egalitarian focus on wide-ranging problems doesn’t seem to translate into the wider investing landscape, in which streaming services have gobbled up more than 75 percent of music-tech funding.
This reflects a wider egalitarian effort on the homegrown front that aims to put high-end perfume within reach.
Tech’s egalitarian bro culture Stripped naked by Google Fiber, still hard to see A more efficient but less personal world An analog defense to digital sabotage Tech in a nanny state or Ayn Rand wonderland Never miss a local story.
Like many teams, Big Moe’s is a hybrid, with people from diverse backgrounds and locations – a reminder of the egalitarian nature of barbecue.
A non-Equity theater, Broken Nose is more egalitarian in its distributive systems.
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Origin and Etymology of egalitarian
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
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