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distinguished from others by nature or qualities

clearly defined; not ambiguous

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(often followed by 'from') not alike

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easy to perceive

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constituting a separate entity or part

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recognizable

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clearly or sharply defined to the mind

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Natural selection plays a role in the origin of species: If two populations are separated by mountains or an ocean, for example, they eventually become so distinct that they can no longer interbreed to produce fertile offspring.
Branch's interest deduction, some of the loaned funds could be treated as capital, because a "separate and distinct entity" would require such capital.
The Architecture of Independence is yet one more collection of essays about those old chestnuts of post-independence Indian architecture - Charles Correa, Balkrishna Doshi and Achyut Kanvinde - who are, collectively, credited with having evolved a distinct Indian architecture through a fusion of Western Modernism and indigenous design traditions.
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Identification of a distinct common strain of "Norwalk-like viruses" having a global distribution.
Depending on how you interpreted distinct, you could argue--and some people did argue--that every little stream was distinct.
Our latest research shows that marketers can identify more substantive, actionable and strategic differences by segmenting the generation into five distinct subgroups based on common attitudes, behaviors, and demographics.
Among the latter, recent comparison and phylogenetic analyses of all available sequences support the existence of two distinct genogroups called RV1 and RV2 for Rhadinovirus genogroups 1 and 2 (5-9).
As Astoria emerges as one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in New York City, Central Restaurant offers diners high quality new-age American cuisine with distinct Mediterranean influences.
The Tax Court noted that PNC did not deny that the loans in question were separate and distinct assets.
When a liquid makes contact with a wall, theory suggests, the atoms or molecules of the liquid organize themselves into distinct layers next to the solid surface.
The OpenQuick Suite(TM) consists of four distinct solution offerings that address the growing market demand for rapid OSBI implementation.
The taxonomic placement of this hantavirus (Amur genotype) as a distinct hantavirus or a distinct genetic lineage of HTNV remains to be determined.
As the economy hustles and retail continues to thrive in New York, four neighborhoods, each with its own distinct identity and character, have emerged as the City's premier shopping districts.
Prior to 1992, courts generally held that costs incurred in expanding an existing trade or business were deductible, based on the conclusion that the expenses did not create a "separate and distinct asset.