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Synonyms for distinguish

differentiate

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characterize

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distinguish yourself

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  • be successful
  • become famous
  • excel yourself
  • become immortalized
  • glorify yourself
  • ennoble yourself

Synonyms for distinguish

to recognize as being different

to perceive and fix the identity of, especially with difficulty

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

to cause to be eminent or recognized

Synonyms for distinguish

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A distinguisher between collision and non-collision is given as follows:
tau],m] problem is (t, q, [epsilon])-hard if for every distinguisher D running in time t and making q queries, the advantage [Adv.
If there is a distinguisher that we can evaluate, then we will do it as a trade-off.
This is big distinguisher between Pembroke and Sofa tables.
1) Brain capillary telangiectasias are differentiated from these other lesions by clinical presentation and absent growth, though susceptibility on gradient-echo sequences may be a useful imaging distinguisher.
VCDS consists of two major modules which are raw measurement processing and distinguisher.
The bruisers of the snapper family, these fierce deepwater-dwellers look a lot like mangroves in their younger years, with an upper mouth tooth-patch design the main distinguisher.
In my view, this distinguisher of iSchools in terms of coverage is real but subtle, and one has to dig below to surface to recognize it, particularly at the curricular level, though it is a thesis waiting to be conducted.
12] in his research, the personality constituent "personality term which is applied to distinguisher of traits, features and personal qualities of an individual from others" [13]considered it to be a necessity for manager and have stated that the personality of managers has direct impressions on managers' performance.
By means of such a method, one can achieve higher distinguisher values when the number of power traces is limited.
Three chapters describe distinguisher attacks on RC4, WEP protocol attacks, and fault attacks.
As a result, teacher effectiveness may matter even more than it does today, as the selectivity and prevalence of the teachers-in-charge who will leverage technology--and be leveraged by it--will be the distinguisher of learning outcomes among schools and nations.
This comparison is significant, because it confirms that the fashion of spaces played an important factor as a social distinguisher during the Season.
Which is ironic because it's totally self-serve, so even looking at credit unions that are hanging their hat on service as a distinguisher, even that definition is changing.
The worst time to test a fire distinguisher is when you need it," Kaufman said.
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