indistinctive


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Synonyms for indistinctive

without definite or distinctive characteristics

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Since one kind of identification smuggles itself into the unconscious zone of the other, this indistinctive zone haunts, disturbs, and contaminates the respective identification's autonomy and distinction.
LAL with the indistinctive approach proposed, denoted by IND.
Nor will high density, indistinctive housing, poorly served by basic amenities, do anything to sustain Cardiff's appeal as a place to live in the future.
The North-West or South regions evoke only an indistinctive geographical location commonly found from Finland to Greece.
As the boat nears, the monuments which are indistinctive at first, separate out into a spectacular sight.
However, when expanding the concept of deliberative discourse, one risks making the deliberative ideal indistinctive.
2c) and PET nanocomposite containing 1 wt% RWOC showed only an indistinctive shoulder located nearly at 2[theta] = 1[degrees] corresponding to a basal interlayer spacing of 43.
We find that extremely positive and extremely negative emotions are maximally indistinctive," Todorov, who worked with first author Hillel Aviezer, a psychology professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem who conducted the work as a postdoctoral researcher under Todorov, and Ycov Trope, a psychology professor at New York University, said.
Indistinctive tourism supply usually goes hand in hand with the inability to identify the most profitable target markets, improper configuration of distribution channels and lack of promotion strategy.
She was known in Iran not by her given name Nosrat-e Amin, but by the indistinctive title, her chosen pen name, banooye Irani,the Iranian lady, or at times banooye Isfahani.
The Bench seemed to follow a similar line of thought, asking why we were talking of community when there was no commune, and commenting that the community to which we were referring was an indistinctive part of society.
The teratogenicity of nanosilver in humans is indistinctive and is not reported in the literature but in vivo (animal studies) and in vitro studies showed nanosilver can exhibit a significant level of toxicity.
Additionally, unlike proper military formations, the indistinctive appearance of these elements also precludes easy recognition.
First, the indistinctive definition of what constitutes "internal affairs" and "foreign affairs" is a longstanding and sensitive issue in the teaching of diplomacy.
My pedagogical work prompts my students to eschew (or question, or strive to be active in) indistinctive classroom settings or, to borrow from Paulo Friere, resist a high stakes "banking concept of education" that moulds passive learners (71), which is much like the interminable credit card booths on nearly all campuses in Canada--these banking concepts mould passive debtors.