differentiate


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Synonyms for differentiate

distinguish

become different

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Synonyms for differentiate

be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait

become different during development

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evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment

become distinct and acquire a different character

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For he had to learn, first, the spoken numerals; second, to see with his eyes and in his brain differentiate between one object, and all other groups of objects up to and including the group of five; and, third, in his mind, to relate an object, or any group of objects, with its numerical name as uttered by Steward.
He had heard the savage, bestial snarls and roars of combat, and he had realized with a shudder that he could not differentiate between those of his guardian and those of the hairy ape.
According to Tomlinson (1999), instructors differentiate instruction by varying the:
Providing teachers with the knowledge and tools to differentiate in their classrooms may increase test scores and help low achieving students find success, while expanding the learning growth of gifted and talented students.
It is possible that differentiation could be redefined to be inclusive of the salient characteristics of intellectualism--a conceptual framework that includes pursuits of areas such as philosophy, aesthetics, psychology, and rationalism integral to differentiate the curriculum across all grades and age groups.
First, Roberts and Inman explain what content, process, and product mean and what it means to differentiate them.
When monthly expense reimbursement checks did not differentiate between substantiated expenses, overpayments and payments for tools, and excess amounts were not returned, the entire reimbursement was included in the employee's income.
This segment is located in a highly conserved region of the gene, which may decrease the ability to differentiate particular species from other SFG rickettsiae.
These cells can create any cell in the body, although they can't differentiate into placental tissue.
A successful vendor in the enterprise ETL market should focus and differentiate, plus demonstrate the ability to maintain value-added relationships with systems integrators, technology leaders, and complementary application vendors," noted Philip Russom, principal analyst, Forrester.
Larson Learning is unique because it allows us to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of our students.
Even when armed with such information, opportunities for insurers to differentiate themselves from competitors are limited.
As bullfrogs develop, SF-1 expression increases in females after they differentiate, but it decreases in males just before differentiation.
When a fertilized egg finds itself in a special environment -- a woman's uterus -- it may multiply and differentiate into a new person, whose individuality will be based in large measure on its new genetic makeup.
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