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The same goes for allergies, sensitivities, or intolerances to certain foods.
The trial was covered on national television, emphasizing the intolerance sometimes faced by those who deviate from the norm in conservative areas.
But the reality is that even in the most tolerant of cities, intolerance exists and cannot be ignored.
Petrone, a former history teacher, was elected at the same time as Franco, on a platform that promised to tackle a host of social problems including violence against women, racial discrimination, and intolerance of the LGBT community.
To say that this kind of ad has to be banned to permit a ban on racist insults and provocation and exhortations to cruelty and intolerance is just plain nonsense.
Infants offered human milk have a lower incidence of infection and feeding intolerances.
Fructose malabsorption, which is different from hereditary fructose intolerance, can also be diagnosed with a breath hydrogen test performed by your doctor.
This means that the task of Enlightenment is an ongoing struggle, something to value and fight for, even more in times of violence, intolerance and despotism.
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INTOLERANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of intolerance for Students
- an intolerance to bright light
- religious intolerance
medical Definition of intolerance
- an intolerance to light
- glucose intolerance
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