For he had to learn, first, the spoken numerals; second, to see with his eyes and in his brain differentiate
between one object, and all other groups of objects up to and including the group of five; and, third, in his mind, to relate an object, or any group of objects, with its numerical name as uttered by Steward.
Had they known that Monsieur Thuran's past experience as a card sharp had trained his sense of touch to so fine a point that he could almost differentiate
between cards by the mere feel of them, they would scarcely have felt that the plan was so entirely fair.
In the end, the deck belonged to Jerry, save for the boat's crew; for he had already learned to differentiate
Each has his individual characteristics of face and form and gait as well defined as those that differentiate
members of the human family, and besides these the creatures of the jungle have a still more positive test-that of scent.
But White Fang soon learned to differentiate
between thieves and honest men, to appraise the true value of step and carriage.
He had heard the savage, bestial snarls and roars of combat, and he had realized with a shudder that he could not differentiate
between those of his guardian and those of the hairy ape.
These results suggest that OP advanced the stage at which the bipotential gonad differentiates
into a morphologically distinct ovary or testis.
Certainly, there are many technologies that will serve to build robust data center environments, but which approach excels in customer environments and differentiates
an integrator from others bidding on the same contract?
Sioux Valley Hospital (SVH) was one of the four South Dakota centers designated to test the nursing practice model that differentiates
scope of practice based on education and created five demonstration units and two control units (Koerner, Bunkers, Nelson, & Santema, 1989).
two levels of discourse on the basis of class, gender, and the personal and political anxieties they reveal.