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distinguish as singular

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Huang Kan (488-545) considers that the "woman" Confucius speaks of could be King Wen's mother, whom he admired and wished to singularize in this way.
It is difficult to singularize and come up with a "definition" of modern anti-colonial African nationalism, because, in actuality, "African nationalism" was a series of political movements that spanned almost five decades, from the 1940s-1990s, and took many forms including job-strikes, urban protests and civil disobedience, negotiated settlements, and more drastically, armed guerrilla struggles.
3) The young of several cuckoo species (including all Coccyzinae) singularize themselves by the presence of white papillate patches in the oropharyngeal cavity (Fig 2).
The references to corn, and particularly the connection of corn with birth, reaffirm Maya cultural practices and worldviews that define and singularize Indianness.
The future of ACS management would probably shift from single to multimarker testing leading to better characterization of each individual case and thus aid to singularize the stratagem of management of each case in the short- and long-term.
For instance, critics such as Elvira Pulitano (and others) now write book-length studies that singularize and prescribe protest and resistance as theories of "liberation.
A partir do que, entao, constituí-la como signo de uma mudança naquilo que talvez melhor singularize uma cultura, seu modo próprio de presumir o poder da ação humana?
Another standard parameter for nineteenth-century bibliophiles, luxury bindings served both to preserve and singularize individual copies of books, while rendering homage to their authors.
To "love" possessively, contends Pepper, is to singularize the person in question and, hence, objectify them for the purpose of controlling them.
This rule or regulation is a law that fails to achieve the freedom of utter legal collapse, that fails to singularize in utter breakdown, hence, that fails to exist in an antithetical relation to its own representatives, that fails to be so fallen that it cannot even be a case (Fall) of itself.
Never remove an "s" to singularize a trademark ("a Baggy";) and
But without further assuming the mystery of the personhood, running deeper than the passionate and selfish character of the individual (the condition of the individual being, from a Christian stance, only the reflection of the state of fall), self-exegesis, that is the expression of the combination of features, drives, and sentiments that would singularize an individual, is transformed into a purpose in itself: the expression of the ultimate truth about a human being.
That's because (and I realize this is a great generalization), to the extent that we think about intention, narrative theorists tend to focus it, to singularize its source--whereas, as many of these essays rightly point out, there may be numerous people engaged in the act of intending.
Crow, for example, criticizes Cage and Steinberg for refusing to singularize specific iconographic elements in their pioneering analyses of the Combines--a refusal indispensable both to Cage's conception of the Combine as an assembly of indifferent differences and to Steinberg's famous concept of the "flatbed picture plane"--and he laments that Rauschenberg's choice of individual elements is "ruled out of serious consideration in most quarters," a somewhat disingenuous claim given the decoding frenzy I've already mentioned.