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    1. I want to show you the difference so that you understand the distinction between the two words

    2. People "find" themselves; they discover hidden capacities and an understanding never used before; they develop an awareness, even of the phenomenal world, which is, to them, miraculous; they suddenly register the fact of the mind, and that they can use it, and the distinction between the knower and the instrument of knowledge becomes steadily and revealingly apparent

    3. The law made no distinction for the number of clones, but Ava would be huge in lurid gossip back in the League they left

    4. there be this distinction between the sexes, that distinction furnishes the basis of an argument and a reason for the instruction here given

    5. distinction has to be drawn between a serious relationship and a casual relationship

    6. Each one has his or her own distinction from all others, but no one is greater than any other

    7. Just as Jesus was resurrected and thus given a name above every name – including the name of the Father – we are resurrected and brought into unity in such a way with God and man, flesh and Spirit, Israel and Church, man and woman, black and white, cross-national, and any other distinction or separation that God then exults us as He exulted Christ

    8. "What were you before?" he asked, not wanting to argue the point because he never thought there was much distinction anyway

    9. The distinction is irrelevant Create a bag of

    10. reality serve the same purpose, there is no distinction or

    11. Chloe was embraced and praised for her discernment and future distinction

    12. Harry plowed through the Summer Term receiving marks of Distinction for his every assignment, and the preliminary term of his Sixth Form years was passed

    13. “You will, of course be presented with all accolades attendant upon a Malvern graduate, and special note made of your own achievement of Double First Honors with Distinction for those subjects which you have already completed entirely

    14. particular distinction other than the dice carved into the

    15. It had a unique distinction for the next 12 years

    16. Only a fool or drunkard would fail to make such a distinction, and judging by the amount of transactions occurring, Brice realized there was no shortage of them in this town

    17. thousand occasions of acquiring honour and distinction which never occur

    18. It is Texas Industries that is undertaking the Centorin project I think, that's a company not a country, but there's not much distinction any more

    19. If you make that fine a distinction on what you mean by Christ, this world has probably only had seventeen, but eleven of them were in the Lumpral basin

    20. The same quantity of silver, it may perhaps be said, will, in the present times, even according to the account which has been here given, purchase a much smaller quantity of several sorts of provisions than it would have done during some part of the last century ; and to ascertain whether this change be owing to a rise in the value of those goods, or to a fall in the value of silver, is only to establish a vain and useless distinction, which can be of no sort of service to the man who has only a certain quantity of silver to go to market with, or a certain fixed revenue in money

    21. I certainly do not pretend that the knowledge of this distinction will enable him to buy cheaper

    22. (who had lost his sense of distinction in the extreme state of

    23. With regard to the latter, it seems to have made scarce any distinction between real and circulating bills, but to have discounted all equally

    24. This natural law of succession, accordingly, took place among the Romans who made no more distinction between elder and younger, between male and female, in the inheritance of lands, than we do in the distribution of moveables

    25. Mr Locke remarks a distinction between money and other moveable goods

    26. Such sacrifices, though they might frequently be agreeable to the interest, are always mortifying to the pride of every nation; and, what is perhaps of still greater consequence, they are always contrary to the private interest of the governing part of it, who would thereby be deprived of the disposal of many places of trust and profit, of many opportunities of acquiring wealth and distinction, which the possession of the most turbulent, and, to the great body of the people, the most unprofitable province, seldom fails to afford

    27. In a militia, the character of the labourer, artificer, or tradesman, predominates over that of the soldier; in a standing army, that of the soldier predominates over every other character ; and in this distinction seems to consist the essential difference between those two different species of military force

    28. This distinction being well understood, the history of all ages, it will be found, hears testimony to the irresistible superiority which a well regulated standing army has over a militia

    29. The distinction of birth not only may, but always does, take place among nations of shepherds

    30. They are the two great sources of personal distinction, and are, therefore, the principal causes which naturally establish authority and subordination among men

    31. 18, reducing the fine for admission to twenty pounds for all persons, without any distinction of ages, or any restriction, either to mere merchants, or to the freemen of London; and granting to all such persons the liberty of exporting, from all the ports of Great Britain, to any port in Turkey, all British goods, of which the exportation was not prohibited, upon paying both the general duties of customs, and the particular duties assessed for defraying the necessary expenses of the company ; and submitting, at the same time, to the lawful authority of the British ambassador and consuls resident in Turkey, and to the bye-laws of the company duly enacted

    32. Those republics encouraged the acquisition of those exercises, by bestowing little premiums and badges of distinction upon those who excelled in them

    33. distinction of ranks has once been completely established, there have been always two different schemes or systems of morality current at the same time; of which the one may be called the strict or austere; the other the liberal, or, if you will, the loose system

    34. With this distinction, the ancient duties of customs were imposed equally upon all sorts of goods, necessaries as well its luxuries, goods exported as well as goods imported

    35. All the invidious restraints which at present oppress the trade of Ireland, the distinction between the enumerated and non-enumerated commodities of America, would be entirely at an end

    36. Will man ever be able to truly understand exactly what happens where in the brain while thoughts are occurring? And what about the distinction between thinking about a new subject as opposed to remembering an old one? Some perhaps promising speculation has recently centered on the neurons of the pre-frontal cortex (the cerebrum), with the corollary proposition that the greater number of axonic-dendritic connections between the neurons, the greater the potential intelligence

    37. The natives paid everyone the same respect; but there was in it both a difference and a distinction

    38. On the border area no rank or any other distinction should be carried by the commanders for logical reasons

    39. After all, everyone is entitled to his or her (own) opinion provided that what the viewing audience understands as reporting (the) news is correctly distinguished from ―spinning‖ or interpreting (the) news and that this distinction is properly conveyed to that audience

    40. Although it may be personally rewarding to see one‘s child financially secure, it is equally, (if not more so), important that that child develops into a model citizen, an example for others to follow, a kind and thoughtful human being, considerate of others and of sound (moral) character, an individual who serves his or her family, friends and the community in which he or she lives and works, with distinction

    41. People generally presented themselves with distinction; jacket and tie, (even at sporting events) much like everyone dresses today, only down-graded in tattered shirts, (torn) designer jeans and Gucchi shoes

    42. We also had dogs trained to smell drugs or abalone and other sea food which are under threat of distinction

    43. For too long, they had stifled their passions for reasons of pride-Rachel hanging onto her parents’ notions of class distinction and Clarence giving in to his own male ego-but they had returned to each other’s arms-and beds-since the strange occurrences of the past week

    44. The problem lies in reconciling the manner an individual is said to behave rather than react (a subtle, yet very important distinction) to pre-conditioning designs exclusive of free will

    45. That dubious distinction belongs to his being mostly responsible for starting the Cold War

    46. (There is a real important distinction here!) An animal relies on instinct which should not be confused, however, with reasoning

    47. A proper distinction should be made between physical and spiritual suffering, the latter being the greater burden of the two

    48. The distinction between stupid and ignorant is important

    49. In terms of who invaded the most often, Wilson clearly has that dubious distinction

    50. The Ku Klux Klan, White League, Red Shirts and other racist terrorists have the dubious distinction of being the most dangerous and most disturbingly successful of all terrorists the US has ever faced

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    Synonyme für "distinction"

    distinction differentiation eminence note preeminence credit account glory celebrity lustre prestige peculiarity feature separation marking sharpness discrimination