Those failing the test would remain in derogation : to all intents and purposes, they would be excluded from the new institutional framework.
At their most severe, they would put suspects under house arrest, but the government would need to seek a derogation from the clause of the convention protecting freedom of movement and association.
the derogation of women
Some would require a derogation from the European Convention on Human Rights.
Both hussy and housewife have their origin in Old English huswif, but hussy has undergone semantic derogation .
It suggests that you can have outgroup derogation without ingroup love prejudice.
Enthusiasm was a term of derogation among her contemporaries.
Women who have a sense of personal inadequacy may project their views about themselves to a lack of trust and derogation of women in general.
That is, low-power parents engaged in more verbal derogation of children than did high-power parents after being primed to think in terms of competition.
Under the recommendation, key legal documents will be translated but, for now, there is a derogation from the rule that requires European institutions to translate all acts into official languages.