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stratify

verb as in layer

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Compounding the issue is the fact that the Muslim community is also stratified on caste lines, in ways that mirror the Hindu system.

From Time

So I think what we really want to pay attention to, and we will be doing this increasingly, is thinking about better ways of grouping and stratifying individuals and populations.

Access to home ownership is also remarkably stratified based on race.

From Time

These rebundling attempts show how stratified the streaming ecosystem is becoming.

From Digiday

Another important consideration is how a survey is weighted or stratified to accurately represent population groups with differing voting patterns.

Society will stratify itself according to the laws of social gravitation.

A gas, as explained, is of such a character that it remains fixed and will not stratify or condense.

It will stratify, and force itself onward through the adjacent and opposing atmosphere, and in a right line.

But already the Mississippi Valley was beginning to stratify, both socially and geographically.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stratify, such as: flake, laminate, and plate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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