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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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He said Distinct Disposables and Louis France would operate as separate businesses while sharing distribution and warehousing.
The Dominicans resort to the mystery of God's causal power (as distinct from the determinate causation of creatures) to explain how God's absolute causal action in creation and human free will can nonetheless be compatible.
Concurrently with the private placement, Distinct acquired Crown Utilities Ltd.
In this back drop, the AITAF Chief called upon the Finance Minister to redefine the concept of "Distinct Person" to protect genuine and legitimate interests of trade and industry having pan India existence."
A distinct jurisdiction requires a defined territory, a legislature within it empowered to make laws, and a judicial system to administer those laws.
The proposed Postal Bank of India would have a structure that is distinct from other payments banks.
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Since going live with Radius in January, Distinct has been able to accurately benchmark throughput for its press lines, comparing projected and actual production times and then using data points collected through the ERP system to determine the cause for any variances.
The discovery of cryptic species for the Nile crocodile is not only important from an academic point of view for proper classification, but also from the standpoint of maintaining genetic diversity and preserving the distinct species.
The paper, which concedes some changes will be very long-term, suggests: a legal aid system distinct from that operating in England; the devolution of the Crown Prosecution Service; a separate social security system; aWelsh legal profession with its own arrangements for regulation and its own requirements for admission; and responsibility for the probation service, prisons and policing passed to Cardiff Bay.
The building will consist of 41 condominium residences, with 23 distinct layouts and prime retail space at the base.
Heller has a voice made for teen characters and while he does not use fully distinct voices, it is clear for which character he speaks.
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To the Editor: Norovirus (NOV), the distinct genus within the family Caliciviridae, is a major cause of sporadic cases and outbreaks of acute gastroenteritis in humans (1).
You'll discover the ecology and culture that makes each place distinct, at: www.pbs.org/wnet/afica/explore/index_flash.html