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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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Welcoming the findings, acting headteacher Jeanne Evans said: 'The staff and governors are delighted that the inspection team identified the school as a very good school with a distinctively caring and inclusive ethos.
Having distinctively marked or colored luggage can also help airport workers find your bag if it is lost.
The distinctively American Mormon denomination of Christianity was founded by Joseph Smith, who was born in Vermont in 1805, grew up in New York, published the Book of Mormon there, moved his church first to Ohio, then to Missouri, and, finally, to Illinois, where he was killed in 1844.
A Kind Of Yellow whispers its free-flowing verses and word imagery through the mind of its readers with a distinctively lyrical style unique to Patricia's undeniably talent.
Now these authors show that, in contrast to patients infected with other pathogens, patients infected with aEPEC are far more likely to experience diarrhea past 14 days, the point long recognized as a clinical watershed that heralds increased risk for illness and death, aEPEC's prevalence among diarrhea patients, the pathogen's strong association with diarrheal symptoms, and the infection's distinctively persistent nature argue for a high disease burden in Melbourne.
Her voice ages effortlessly and distinctively when portraying the other characters, whom she characterizes every bit as well.
There is accordingly very little distinctively American about the art, and, as an indicator of the state of American culture in the post-9/11 era, the message of the show is, well--uncertain.
The (patent pending) distinctively shaped, easy to grip product mates with the bayonet style cuff connectors used with NIBP and patient monitoring systems around the world.
But the Church receives her New Testament character more distinctively in the concept of the 'Body of Christ.' One is Church and one is a member thereof, not through a sociological adherence, but precisely through incorporation in this Body of the Lord through Baptism and the Eucharist.
Written with true originality by Joanne Crawford and distinctively illustrated by Grace Fielding, A Home For Bilby is about a small Australian marsupial with blue-grey silky fur that is called a "bilby".
Talent is distinctively defined in top management roles, which are weighty and high-pressure.
He says that our failure is the failure to live distinctively in a Christ-like manner that is recognizable by the wider culture.
The tiniest mammalian bones--the middle ear's sound-transducing trio of the stapes, incus, and malleus--most distinctively distinguish mammals from other vertebrates.
Leiviska is known for his distinctively spare yet highly resonant architecture, much of it for religious programmes.
Engagingly written and distinctively illustrated with photography utilizing authentic folk art and handcrafted props in make-believe scenarios, by Stefan Czernecki, Ride'Em Cowboy takes young readers ages 4 to 7 seven through a day's work on the range.