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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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Distinct provides design, engineering, construction and maintenance services to telecommunication firms, utilities and government bodies.
Distinct Disposables supplies cleaning products to customers in the education and leisure sector and has numbered the John Smith's Stadium, Kirklees College, Huddersfield University and Huddersfield Leisure Centre among its clients.
We have enjoyed working with the Distinct Packabilities team.
263(a)-4(b)(3)(i), the determination of whether a payment creates a separate and distinct intangible asset is made based on all of the facts and circumstances existing during the tax year in which payment is made.
The final regulations require capitalization of (i) an amount paid to acquire any intangible; (ii) an amount paid to create certain but not all intangibles; (iii) an amount paid to create or enhance a "separate and distinct intangible asset"; and (iv) an amount paid to create or enhance a "future benefit," but only under certain circumstances.
A new clear and practical model is needed to provide the theoretic basis for an intelligent syllabus for acquiring critical thinking skills using multimedia based on the distinct ways of learning.
In early preclinical studies, TAFA93 is demonstrating promising pharmacokinetic results which are distinct from other drugs in its class such as Rapamycin(r).
AHCA is also financing a distinct organizational Web site for FACE that will include an online registration function and up-to-date information on issues pertinent to families of long-term care residents.
Peter Luff (Con Mid-Worcestershire) said it was time a Lords ruling made in 1983, which said Sikhs were a distinct group, was put into effect.
The paper argues that Descartes believes plurality in things themselves arises from distinction, so that things distinct in any of the three ways are not identical.
3) There is no distinct risk factor that predisposes patients to this malignancy.
With the prevalence of high school came the increasing recognition of adolescence as a distinct phase of existence.
The obvious way to combat this problem is to divide the Internet into several distinct units that cannot interface with one another.
The Distinct Advantage policy covers jewelry, sterling silver and securities with higher limits than standard homeowners policies.
The shrinkage behavior of the compound is very distinct and much higher than the behavior of normal carbon black mixtures.