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not like another in nature, quality, amount, or form

not the same as what was previously known or done

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unlike in nature or quality or form or degree

distinctly separate from the first

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differing from all others

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marked by dissimilarity

distinct or separate

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Major themes were that the counselors had not expected such obvious differentness in behaviors, they viewed this population in new ways, they considered the potential role of school counselors in the school lives of gifted children, and they noticed unexpected sensitivity.
Diagnostic classifications augment public perceptions of the groupness and differentness of people with mental illness.
Mrs Croft and her house are America, a romanticized America which is able to connect her past with her present in a way that the unromanticized America seldom can, a crankishly tolerant America which accepts them with all their differentness, and an America which causes them to understand what they have in common with one another and with an idealized spirit of the place to which they have come--independence, self-reliance, responsibility, the virtues of nineteenth-century America.
Etzkowitz, Kemelgov, Newschatty, Uzzi, and Alonzo (1994) argued for groupings of several women or people of color within cooperative learning groups in order to decrease isolation and "spotlighting" of their differentness.
The true challenge was not the search for a definitive answer to managing differentness but the willingness to enter potentially anxiety-laden territory.
While both present certain challenges, the newness that relates to differentness is the more problematic.
Additionally, Orbe (2001) argues that "co-cultural theory lends insight into the process by which co-cultural group members negotiate their cultural differentness with others" (p.
As Glenn (1986) states, "It]he supposed inferiority and differentness of the domestic made it easy for the employer to be generous and to confide in her.
This is the visual language I use to explore the self-other connection, a way of transcending the isolation that differentness can bring.
Most theorists and practitioners who study public dialogue appear to focus on communication conditions in which communicators are somehow present and available for each other's genuine address, who are willing to be surprised by outcomes they cannot predict in advance, and who are willing to value the sheer differentness of other people's contributions.
You may also have concluded that the differentness of my own voice in each introductory place of observation has been designed to fend off the perception of a (continuing, consistent) "position" on my part with respect to the "subject-matters" so positioned.
They don't know how to relate to you anymore; this differentness has raised an invisible yet impenetrable barrier.
And it's a sort of announcing our differentness in order to keep people from announcing it to us.
This class made me more aware of the differentness of adult learners at the same time as it emphasized the sameness.