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serving to identify or set apart an individual or group

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of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing

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capable of being classified

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5bn for distinctive pieces and EGP 3bn for the most distinguished pieces, adding that 201,000 people presented offers from 237,000 who bought the prospect booklet.
Looking in turn at distinctive theoretical and distinctive practical features, he considers such topics as the distinction between unhealthy negative emotions and healthy negative emotions, the biological basis of human irrationality, REBT's position on the origin and maintenance of psychological problems, helping clients change their irrational beliefs to rational beliefs, and theoretically consistent eclecticism.
The public may still cast votes for Distinctive Diamonds in both categories up to August 18th by going to The Indy A-List's voting site.
The OHIM rejected the application on the ground that the mark applied for was devoid of any distinctive character.
Honley-based Distinctive Chesterfields is sitting pretty after building up its business over the past two years.
The distinctive white, blue and gold shirt, which is signed by the current team, was stolen from Worcester Rugby Club on Sunday night.
Originally built as the Joseph Dixon Crucible Company's plant and headquarters, the distinctive property is listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks and was famous for producing the "Ticonderoga" brand pencils.
95) combines the storytelling talent of Pam Schiller with the energetically colored artistry of Emil Nestor in fanciful and rhyming story about a little girl, an iguana, and a distinctive pair of socks.
The United States Postal Service has reissued a distinctive stamp honoring the men and women of the United States military who were wounded in combat.
Her health experience and immersion in Deaf culture at Gallaudet gives From Pity to Pride its distinctive voice.
Even low-cost producers must have distinctive features and functions or the consumer will go elsewhere.
The distinctiveness effect is the common finding that compared with typical or expected items, distinctive or unexpected items are more memorable (Cohen & Carr, 1975; Dewhurst & Parry, 2000; Rajaram, 1998; Valentine, 1991).
Sited at the threshold between the town's dense historic core and the larger more evenly scaled twentieth-century extension, the new centre will bring significance to the site and provide a crown to the distinctive townscape.
For them, the Skywald comics with sensationalistic, macabre, imaginative illustrations developed what became known as its distinctive "horror-mood.
But the National Geographic Society is betting that students can learn to listen for those distinctive noises that define a community, with or without an Austrian governess around.
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