untouchable in A Sentence

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    Upper caste leaders do not go to an Untouchable's house and have chai or water.

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    Is India so Untouchable that he got married in Italy?

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    Then, the virus hides inside DNA where it is Untouchable.

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    You and I are Untouchable!

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    Although able to attend school, Ambedkar and other Untouchable children were segregated and given little attention or assistance by the teachers.

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    Frozen style is perfect and shine, but Untouchable for others. This dressup can be cleaner than snow and fresher than winter.

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    He introduced(perhaps the first known) reservation system in government jobs for Untouchable castes.

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    I went to some low-caste, so-called Untouchable, people, tried to convince them, but it was unthinkable for them.

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    Several public schools had been opened to Untouchable communities after 1895 but the right to primary education was limited in scope.

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    This person's definition of God is“an invisible and Untouchable person.”.

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    Many manual tasks I thought were Untouchable just a year or two ago, I can see a path to making them more automated.

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    On the other hand, there is no community which is really an Untouchable community which has not something to do with the dead cow.

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    So inspired by that, I thought, let us set an example by inviting these people to eat food cooked and served by the Untouchable community.

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    This section is set in Aurangabad, 1934, wherein Ambedkar travels to Daulatabad with a group of political workers of Mahar and other Untouchable castes.

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    It was a missionary school, so I faced no discrimination there, but for the outside world I was an Untouchable.

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    After gaining widespread fame, Brando rubbed shoulders with other Untouchable A-list celebrities and became friends with many.

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    Technological progress means cities and their corresponding governance structures are no longer Untouchable entities.

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    He has no need of God if He is not in the light of the sun and in the heart of the Untouchable and beyond all barriers.

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    We read of a washerman Machayya and an Untouchable Shivanagimayya moving about the city without showing the expected deference to the people of higher castes.

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    I woke up this morning feeling conceited and sort of Untouchable believing that since most things in my life were going on okay, then I don't need to trust God even more.

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    Thapa was responsible for"Muluki-Ain", through which he attempted to eradicate the practice of an Untouchable caste and promote women's suffrage, among other social activism.

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    At the other extreme, if an Untouchable dared to draw water from a public well, he or she polluted the water, and nobody else could use it.

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    It was believed that people of higher castes could become impure even if a shadow of an Untouchable person touches him and to re-gain his purity he had to take a dip into holy waters of the Ganga.

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    In 1923 he resigned as the executive of the Depressed Classes Mission since some of the members of the Untouchable castes wanted its own leaders to manage the mission's affairs.

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    Talking to IANS Chaturvedi who visited Hindoli village where the incident occurred said that the little girl was made to feel like an Untouchable and was made to sit outside her home for 11 days.

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    Ambedkar was also dissatisfied with the failures of British rule, he advocated a separate political identity for the Untouchable community in which both Congress and British should not interfere.

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    If the Untouchable entered a house and touched things of a Varna member, the Varna members used to wash or clean the places where the Untouchable touched and stepped.

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    My five years of stay in Europe and America had completely wiped out of my mind any consciousness that I was an Untouchable and that an Untouchable whenever he went in India was a problem to himself and to others.

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    State funding of education became effective in 1904 but even after the government ordered schools to admit these Untouchable people in 1907, local officials found ways to refuse it.

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    Soon Ambedkar realizes that his status as an Untouchable, although forgotten by him during his stay abroad, is still an enormous issue in India.

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