Diversity

Diversity or Diversify may refer to:

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Sustainable City - Transportation - Diversity in Modes of Transportation
... Sustainable transportation emphasizes the use of a diversity of fuel-efficient transportation vehicles in order to reduce greenhouse emissions and diversity ...
Diversity - Other Uses
... Diversity (dance troupe), a London, English dance troupe Diversity (album), a 2010 reggae album by Gentleman Diversity FM, a radio station in Lancaster, England ...
College Of Mount St. Joseph - Student Life - Multicultural Affairs
... Joseph's mission to "embrace diversity of cultures and beliefs," the Office places great value on diversity and multiculturalism and seeks to ensure a positive, supportive climate in which all ... diverse students, but to also benefit the entire campus community by promoting diversity awareness, enriching the educational experience and enhancing the quality of student life ...
Caterpillar, Inc. V. Lewis
... held that federal jurisdiction predicated on diversity of citizenship can be sustained even if there did not exist complete diversity at the time of ...

Famous quotes containing the word diversity:

    ... city areas with flourishing diversity sprout strange and unpredictable uses and peculiar scenes. But this is not a drawback of diversity. This is the point ... of it.
    Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)

    We call the intention good which is right in itself, but the action is good, not because it contains within it some good, but because it issues from a good intention. The same act may be done by the same man at different times. According to the diversity of his intention, however, this act may be at one time good, at another bad.
    Peter Abelard (1079–1142)

    The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate, is not less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests. The protection of these faculties is the first object of government.
    James Madison (1751–1836)