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  1. Soon I could distinguish them.
  2. I could easily distinguish them.
  3. To help distinguish between the.
  4. He began to distinguish something.
  5. He could distinguish himself today.

  6. Distinguish all those floods that are.
  7. It was too dark to distinguish anything.
  8. There is no need to distinguish details.
  9. It can be useful to distinguish secular (e.
  10. And could of men distinguish, her election.
  11. The Meta Model was created to distinguish.
  12. Learn to distinguish the immovable in the.
  13. The only difference that can distinguish a.
  14. Non Value Added distinguish between the steps in.
  15. From where I stood, I couldn’t distinguish any.

  16. I could easily distinguish objects 100 meters away.
  17. As he came closer, Hazel could distinguish the word.
  18. The police officers were easy to distinguish in 124.
  19. His hearing was so sharp, that he could distinguish.
  20. They could begin to distinguish words in the distance.
  21. It was large and there was nothing to distinguish it.
  22. He had to distinguish between the astral bodies of a.
  23. No one who had no suspicion could distinguish anything.
  24. Gradually each of the characteristics that distinguish.
  25. It is how we distinguish between the weak and powerful.

  26. He thought he could distinguish a figure standing there.
  27. But there are signs that can distinguish between the two.
  28. In the Finnish war he also managed to distinguish himself.
  29. He could always distinguish her walk from all others, even.
  30. We must distinguish here between the two lines of argument.
  31. The candle went out; I could no longer distinguish her face.
  32. I know every one of us will distinguish ourselves with honor.
  33. Although he does distinguish it but he does not succumb to it.
  34. The only way you can distinguish your software product from that.
  35. Juvenal Urbino wrote with a small g to distinguish them from his.
  36. He could barely distinguish the formidable Ayurvati next to his.
  37. In the physical world, you can distinguish a business because of.
  38. It is helpful to distinguish between the types of risks faced by.
  39. I couldn’t even distinguish the faces to aim for a specific one.
  40. It was hard for Carlos to distinguish who was asking him questions.
  41. Neither did Bishop Chalmers distinguish the face of an acquaintance.
  42. This is the Law of Attraction at work, which does not distinguish.
  43. The only catch was that the Universe does not distinguish between.
  44. But at such times she failed to distinguish shapes within the night.
  45. His eyes started to distinguish colors, slowly coming alive around.
  46. Raven, it said, mixed amongst sounds he couldn’t distinguish.
  47. He had not yet come to distinguish between that which is written by.
  48. We must also distinguish between love and hate as reactions and love.
  49. It is by this same Spirit that we distinguish our God from all others.
  50. It does not distinguish between the individuals on the basis of their.
  51. America was founded upon, then I was able to distinguish what conditions.
  52. For if there was not here and there I could not distinguish where I was.
  53. Maybe a number is used to distinguish several employees with the same name.
  54. Rostov could hear the sound of French words but could not distinguish them.
  55. The mental ability to perceive and distinguish relationships; discernment.
  56. Here let me call on the House to distinguish between unjust and inexpedient.
  57. The light was so brilliant that I could distinguish each one of the figures.
  58. Rostóv could hear the sound of French words but could not distinguish them.
  59. She could distinguish nothing but a strength came again the pricking of fear.
  60. Distinguish snakes from eels by their scales and their broad flattened tails.
  61. Hah only a jeweller can distinguish true jewels amidst glittering objects.
  62. Psychotic drugs can't distinguish whether it is a behavior problem or disease.
  63. He could distinguish them not only by their flat, joyless faces, which to Mrs.
  64. G&D do not distinguish between cash return investing and total return investing.
  65. There was no designer mark to distinguish these sunglasses as genuine products.
  66. And they played cool, soft, soothing music with nothing much to distinguish it.
  67. His excellency turned away, our hero for some minutes could distinguish nothing.
  68. The trick, of course, is to distinguish thunderstorms from Category-5 hurricanes.
  69. Roger paused briefly to glance back, but it was too dark to distinguish anything.
  70. By the light which they cast he was able to distinguish the form of this vehicle.
  71. Knowing the signs will help you be able to distinguish between the two conditions.
  72. Interestingly enough, it didn’t distinguish between emotional and physical pain.
  73. We must distinguish between his accusations and the conviction of the Holy Spirit.
  74. The moment clears and he can again distinguish between the memory and the present.
  75. Emma's hand was trembling so badly she could hardly distinguish that which followed.
  76. He looked again through his glass, but even then he could not distinguish anything.
  77. We distinguish only two sorts of verse-measure,the binary, where in general there.
  78. These show us what to look for in art, how to distinguish it from counterfeits (XV.
  79. People that have panic disorder can use cognitive-behavioral therapy to distinguish.
  80. All the characters have individual voices and it is easy to distinguish between them.
  81. The easiest way to distinguish between our emotions is to examine their motivation.
  82. If there are two Tom Jones, we could distinguish them by including a middle initial.
  83. The definitions proposed distinguish between primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.
  84. Day was breaking, and he could distinguish the escutcheons over the door, and knocked.
  85. I would distinguish what 1 mean here from the early model of consciousness raising in.
  86. I could now distinguish the difference sounds made by our own war machines and theirs.
  87. Her exit was followed by an uproar, in which it was difficult to distinguish anything.
  88. Alas! Andrey Antonovitch could distinguish nothing: the flowers were still in his hands.
  89. You can make use of your temperature gage to distinguish the warmest water in the area.
  90. Her eyes remain closed, but she can distinguish shades of light from under her eyelids.
  91. One has to be extremely careful to distinguish out-of-sample from in-sample performance.
  92. We will read the following and see whether we could distinguish what God is talking here.
  93. Even on his visage it would have been impossible to distinguish anything with certainty.
  95. If I did, you could possibly distinguish a small prickle of light the size of a hairpin.
  96. We could distinguish clearly the individuals of each party, the pursued and the pursuers.
  97. The eye of the old man was riveted upon a spot which Villefort could scarcely distinguish.
  98. ROE, does not distinguish between the types of industry, the modified AFN separates them.
  99. Distinguish between differences and aggregate similar types only to the extent that there.
  100. This morning, in our prayer group, the devotional was about being able to distinguish the.
  1. But her most distinguishing feature.
  2. The distinguishing feature here is that.
  3. Think of these as distinguishing characteristics.
  4. A glow prevented me from clearly distinguishing his.
  5. I’m sure it would be a very distinguishing feature.
  6. The distinguishing mark of these coins, according to Mr.
  7. Distinguishing between the signs of the universe means.
  8. The section on distinguishing features' was underlined in.
  9. Each version of the License is given a distinguishing version.
  10. This study of values is a distinguishing feature of modern art.
  11. The old arte mayor verse has these distinguishing characteristics:.
  12. Distinguishing lies from the truth was tough with so much misdirection.
  13. Their pale skin was a distinguishing characteristic of their population.
  14. We were barely capable of distinguishing the control buttons on top of it.
  15. It is this distinguishing impulse of human consciousness that provides the moral.
  16. But the most distinguishing differences between visions and hallucinations are the.
  17. The silicious carbonate of lime may be worth distinguishing from the common limestone.
  18. She had short gray hair and her face was plain, without a single distinguishing feature.
  19. One of the main problems in technical analysis is distinguishing exhaustion from strength.
  20. In many cases, pullbacks will have lighter volume, but this is not the distinguishing feature.
  21. God will not leave the believers as you are, without distinguishing the wicked from the sincere.
  22. The truth under inductive (sucking) logic should be the major step distinguishing good from bad.
  23. Either that or the illness causes a block in distinguishing between healthy good moods and mania.
  24. An Anti is, in fact, basically a pullback—the distinguishing feature is its location in the trend.
  25. A distinguishing feature of PERT is its ability to deal with uncertainty in activity completion times.
  26. I had always been good at distinguishing smells, but this had grown more acute after my sight had gone.
  27. His grand distinguishing feature, the fin, from which he derives his name, is often a conspicuous object.
  28. This play, this lost-and-foundness at his edges is one of the great distinguishing charms of Corot's trees.
  29. How shall we identify a vital thought? What are its distinguishing characteristics? It must have principle.
  30. The unreflective opinions of the ―common man‖ remain the distinguishing features of our (great) republic.
  31. Distinguishing TCP connections from the other types of connections commonly used in data networking is important.
  32. That was the reason for al his distinguishing features; a Greek lady contributed to half of his genetic structure.
  33. The world seemed much safer than the night that Monica was still having difficulty distinguishing from her dreams.
  34. The mathematics of the past: distinguishing its history from our heritage, Historia Mathematica, 31, 2004, p.
  35. This man was one of those people with no distinguishing features who somehow still managed to always look menacing.
  36. The distinguishing feature of the annual report, however, is that it invariably presents the balance-sheet position.
  37. Pumblechook that I wished to have my new clothes sent to his house, and he was ecstatic on my so distinguishing him.
  38. Always remember that dogs can have a hard time in distinguishing two commands, especially if they are conflicting.
  39. The fact that Zoroastro was distinguishing me with the honor of his presence was nothing I was grateful with in any way.
  40. He began picking through the throng of disfigured amputees, searching for the man's only truly distinguishing feature.
  41. Perhaps the lack of extraordinary looks or distinguishing features caused Wickland to have the sense they had met before.
  42. Discussion: Distinguishing trends from ranges is the most basic skill that a trader must acquire in order to be successful.
  43. Czechoslovakian flags and the students ran on, brandishing the red and white flags with their distinguishing blue triangles.
  44. There are, of course, innumerable sub- divisions, but the distinguishing features of both categories are fairly well marked.
  45. There are, of course, innumerable sub‐divisions, but the distinguishing features of both categories are fairly well marked.
  46. But I am convinced that poor Andrey Antonovitch would not have desired a rebellion even for the sake of distinguishing himself.
  47. But Maslova turned away without distinguishing him from the others, and again fixed her eyes anxiously on the public prosecutor.
  48. The problem which we have just listened to, although it can admit of but one explanation, has still some distinguishing features.
  49. The most distinguishing feature was the eyes, which were bright blue, as bright as the high beams of a car and nearly as blinding.
  50. Different time horizons can help resolve these apparent contradictions (though other distinguishing contexts may also be relevant).
  51. The distinguishing characteristic of growth companies, as now understood, developed only in the period between 1929 and 1936–1937.
  52. She stepped to the brother who she felt was slightly smaller; the one without the armband or distinguishing crescent moon on his ass.
  53. The difficulty in distinguishing variable species is largely due to the varieties mocking, as it were, other species of the same genus.
  54. Vilfredo Pareto the Italian economist used this chart in distinguishing the key factors which contributes significantly to the results.
  55. Distinguishing between these failures and the standard pullbacks of successful breakouts is a key skill for breakout traders to develop.
  56. The hundred is distinguishing figure attaining a whole within a whole showing the great virtue of the Trinity doctrine in fullness unity.
  57. Once again, one of the distinguishing characteristics of successful traders is an ability to cut losers with minimal emotional attachment.
  58. This is a distinguishing characteristic of stock option warrants, as will be shown in detail in our later discussion of these instruments.
  59. That's why the distinguishing attribute among successful investors is temperament rather than brainpower, experience, or classroom training.
  60. After this foundation distinguishing objects is laid, it becomes easy to label nominative objects such as blanket, bottle, food, toy and so on.
  61. The only distinguishing feature between them seemed to be the color of the door, but even there the palette was limited to blue, white and green.
  62. His only distinguishing vesture was a headdress rather reminiscent of those worn by the Tsoyaha, like a thin piece of cloth wound all around the head.
  63. To take advantage of this, the aggressive contrarian trader must have some way of distinguishing between bull markets and bear markets in the averages.
  64. By these radical and distinguishing signs you can tell them apart; in short, this is a humble type which has been formed during the last thirty-five years.
  65. Crawford was somewhat distinguishing his niece, nor perhaps refrain (though unconsciously) from giving a more willing assent to invitations on that account.
  66. God is one of distinguishing characteristics in power of reasoning with the work of creation such rulings; make God not transferable across other religions.
  67. Crawford was somewhat distinguishing his niece—nor perhaps refrain (though unconsciously) from giving a more willing assent to invitations on that account.
  68. One of the senior clerks asked him who he was and what he wanted? Without distinguishing the person he said something about Vasya and went straight into the room.
  69. As long as this variable is small and the transaction cost is low, there is little importance in distinguishing low-bid-price options from high-bid-price options.
  70. A distinguishing feature in the operations which preceded and followed this adverse event, is the use made by the enemy of the merciless savages under their influence.
  71. But we have a difficulty in distinguishing what is a true inheritance of genius or other qualities, and what is mere imitation or the result of similar circumstances.
  72. He was nothing to look at; medium height, slim, light brown hair and no distinguishing features apart from a disarmingly candid gaze through one green and one brown eye.
  73. Farewell, Walton! Seek happiness in tranquillity and avoid ambition, even if it be only the apparently innocent one of distinguishing yourself in science and discoveries.
  74. The cultivation of attention is the distinguishing characteristic of every successful man or woman, and is the very highest personal accomplishment which can be acquired.
  75. This technically completes a two-legged complex consolidation, but the distinguishing factor is that the countertrend momentum is much sharper than in a standard pullback.
  76. Only with hindsight did they learn the importance of distinguishing between nominal concepts (Treasury yield) and real concepts (dividend yield) in an inflationprone world.
  77. This tool is highly used in performing causal analysis software industry in distinguishing which are the vital factors which we need to concentrate in analyzing any outcome.
  78. To Marianne it had all the distinguishing tenderness which a lover's heart could give, and to the rest of the family it was the affectionate attention of a son and a brother.
  79. Without the distinguishing ability of the Neo-Cortex, the limbic and reptilian brains do not have the ability to differentiate between reality and what it sees on television.
  80. To Marianne it had all the distinguishing tenderness which a lover’s heart could give, and to the rest of the family it was the affectionate attention of a son and a brother.
  81. In all cases, the distinguishing feature is the lack of conviction and momentum beyond the level, both of which can be read in price action and in the chart of lower time frames.
  82. This road couldn"t be seen from Hank"s place because of the low hills in between, but by looking up to the ridge I should be able to recognise a distinguishing feature or building.
  83. He wasn’t bad-looking, in a sort of bland, Episcopalian way, but his only real distinguishing features were his horn-rimmed glasses and his hair, so blond it too was almost white.
  84. Jonathan Edwards, in a paper entitled The Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God, expounds 1 John chapter 4 and verse 1—and I’m almost finished, please turn with me to it.
  85. But, he hoped it would operate on the House to induce them to consider the propriety of providing some mode of hereafter distinguishing between legal, and illegal or surreptitious election.
  86. Put simply, OPMI prices do not serve as a good test distinguishing between competent managements who deserve to be insulated in office and poor managements who ought to be removed from office.
  87. She was tired of the faces and figures she had always been used to—the various irregular profiles and gaits and turns of phrase distinguishing those Middlemarch young men whom she had known as boys.
  88. Thus the small differences distinguishing varieties of the same species, steadily tend to increase, till they equal the greater differences between species of the same genus, or even of distinct genera.
  89. All the fear before action which he had experienced as previously, all the inner struggle to conquer that fear, all his dreams of distinguishing himself as a true hussar in this battle, had been wasted.
  90. I see how the mammoth planet that terrifies me seems like a haven to him, a place where he can disappear into its great space, never distinguishing himself, and never being held responsible for his actions.
  91. Moon offer you any proof that she’d been with the so-called victim? Did she describe any distinguishing marks on his body, for instance? Show you any souvenirs? A ring, or a note, a lock of his hair?
  92. Seasonality is a major distinguishing characteristic of soft commodities because they can be grown only during specific times of the year and in specific geographical locations — usually in tropical areas.
  93. Nevertheless, unavoidable statistical noise does not prevent us from distinguishing the main patterns peculiar to each of the lines and classifying these optimization spaces according to their modality.
  94. Even though the warden didn't look like the warden, there were distinguishing colors which differentiated him from other humans and with Roqford's eyes he would recognize the warden anywhere, even in a crowd.
  95. The troops had been buoyed up with the prospect of a stiff struggle at the end, and a chance of distinguishing themselves, and it seemed, by the abject surrender, that they had marched and endured for nothing.
  96. I NOTED THE GUY’S stats automatically: white male, maybe six two, a fit 190, forty to forty-two years old, no distinguishing marks except for a healing wound between the thumb and forefinger of his right hand.
  97. But whatever angle we look at we still can’t see the man’s face, and we can’t spot any distinguishing features either – no birthmarks, nothing, only a wristwatch which is just about visible in one sequence.
  98. Neither is he capable of seeing that analogies, though specious as arguments, may often have no foundation in fact, or of distinguishing between what is intelligible or vividly present to the mind, and what is true.
  99. But though America were to send fifty or sixty new representatives to parlimnent, the door-keeper of the house of commons could not find any great difficulty in distinguishing between who was and who was not a member.
  100. As he does throughout the book, Graham is distinguishing speculation—or buying on the hope that a stock’s price will keep going up—from investing, or buying on the basis of what the underlying business is worth.
  1. He was distinguished with God.
  2. Nothing was to be distinguished.
  3. Prince (in a distinguished manner).
  4. My Lebyadkin distinguished himself too.
  5. This group of distinguished individuals.
  6. With the most distinguished consideration.
  7. Precipices are to be distinguished there.
  8. The distinguished man’s English was accented.
  9. Or those that distinguished themselves in war.
  10. Man became distinguished by His emotional mind.
  11. They call this the DSC, Sam, the Distinguished.
  12. The Italian Guards have distinguished themselves.
  13. On the floor, I distinguished again faint traces.
  14. This time the distinguished Historian just shrugged.
  15. He distinguished the ringing voice of the young man.
  16. Sloan has since become a distinguished professor at U.
  17. A tall distinguished looking woman walked toward Greg.
  18. It is a distinguished looking trophy, one of the best.
  19. He was also invited to be present as a distinguished.
  20. What distinguished Homer was the way he told the story.
  21. Coast Guard cannot do the distinguished service justice.
  22. He was a distinguished officer in the Revolutionary Army.
  23. Peruvians who had distinguished themselves by theirverses.
  24. Three times he’d been awarded that distinguished honor.
  25. For seldom does a life have its moments so distinguished.
  26. But you all do sound very distinguished in your backgrounds.
  27. Although I have never saw this distinguished banquet with.
  28. He wanted to paint the gray specks, the distinguished green.
  29. His whole stock, therefore, is distinguished into two parts.
  30. Therapsids distinguished for their differentiated teeth and.
  31. A lady so distinguished could suffer only from consumption.
  32. I am with the distinguished consideration which is due to the.
  33. They could be distinguished by normal hair and even mustaches.
  34. They distinguished between the man Jesus and the divine Christ.
  35. Sainath, the distinguished journalist, made a memorable remark.
  36. He told a long time about a distinguished lady with black hair.
  37. The distinguished old man then approached Eden and bowed to him.
  38. This man looked quite distinguished, exuding an air of authority.
  39. There Professor Singer has been awarded the distinguished Ira W.
  40. These are small, and are distinguished by containing human bones.
  41. It was what distinguished me from all the other trashy rednecks.
  42. For humanity is distinguished from animal by this way of looking.
  43. She was always the most distinguished looking at the annual ball.
  44. Even the four fingers and opposable thumb could be distinguished.
  45. But all that could be clearly distinguished was this LEIT-MOTIF:.
  46. Then the huge black hull and one smokestack could be distinguished.
  47. I distinguished a moor sheep cropping the short turf on the graves.
  48. I distinguished a moor-sheep cropping the short turf on the graves.
  49. The blossoms on each part could not be distinguished by the casual.
  50. They included those of some of France's most distinguished families.
  51. Gentlefolk? No, they are different,—they are distinguished people.
  52. I sent one to a distinguished naturalist, and it interested him much.
  53. Now that he was distinguished, maybe she would be wanting to make up.
  54. Here, Lindsay distinguished between important counts and minor counts.
  55. This sentence provoked opposition from several distinguished quarters.
  56. These are still to be distinguished by the different color of the ink.
  57. He was a distinguished fighting captain with decades of loyal service.
  58. The options are distinguished only by their different exercise prices.
  59. Perspicacious and astute, during his highly distinguished career as a.
  60. Over the noise in the background, the voice couldn’t be distinguished.
  61. The distinguished cousin came, and he was as pacific and amiable asthe.
  62. She turns as her greying, distinguished servant, MOHAMMED, opens the door.
  63. Receive, Eternal Father, the assurance of my distinguished consideration.
  64. It’s keen sense of hearing distinguished voices in the corridor outside.
  65. We distinguished them with a distinct quality: the remembrance of the Home.
  66. The cemetery had a special section separated from the distinguished tenants.
  67. It will be an honor to fly with such a distinguished pilot as you, General.
  68. She was a woman of most distinguished family, proud, rich, and kind-hearted.
  69. And he’s was very distinguished looking ’cept for the place on his face.
  70. Distinguished Service Medal, and the whole country watched the events on the.
  71. Others had distinguished careers – many with wounds, and medals to prove it.
  72. But what distinguished the physician's ecstasy from Satan's was the trait of.
  73. Pugilistic Fraternity, there was a distinguished gathering hosted by Shi Zhu.
  74. There were values that characterized and distinguished them from evil spirits.
  75. You are the most distinguished guest I have ever had the honor to entertain.
  76. Fathers( in the Basque provinces abody of distinguished men whowere consulted.
  77. He cannot possibly refuse again before so distinguished an assemblage, and in.
  78. Luckily they can be distinguished in the SGD because their names are George Jr.
  79. I never listened to a distinguished preacher in my life without a sort of envy.
  80. Where does that leave materialism? Material things can still be distinguished.
  81. In this distinguished group (to which other important names might be added) Mr.
  82. Dantes listened, and plainly distinguished the approaching steps of the jailer.
  83. For some minutes nothing could be distinguished in the scrimmage that followed.
  84. Earning a Distinguished Flying Cross in the war, Vincente created an American G.
  85. What distinguished them from others was the absence of host or hostess and the.
  86. Dark, brilliant and distinguished, he did not, nevertheless, awe her as did Mrs.
  87. It was the perfect setting for a distinguished guest in which to be entertained.
  88. You can do this by making the appearance of the ads as distinguished as possible.
  89. Obscene sketches roughly sketched with charcoal could be distinguished upon them.
  90. As for her companion, only his shadowy outline was distinguished leaning back in.
  91. The Cossacks soon distinguished two riders and quietly rode straight towards them.
  92. The Church at Ephesus had the advantage of a distinguished and brilliant preacher.
  93. So why is it that you’re all; handsome, distinguished, intelligent and gallant.
  94. A dark form could just be distinguished in the gloom as it emerged from the tunnel.
  95. The three control field formats are distinguished by their first bits, as follows:.
  96. Charles Swinney was a distinguished looking man with neatly cut salt and pepper hair.
  97. The road could not be distinguished in the field, and it was pitch dark in the woods.
  98. The master mason was dressed in the robes of his guild and looked very distinguished.
  99. He's a count, comes from a distinguished German family going back to the Middle Ages.
  100. Only Samuel's beard distinguished him from the others, and there were to be 'no faces.
  1. One distinguishes questions and replies.
  2. That is what distinguishes us from foreign lands.
  3. I know nobody who distinguishes characters better.
  4. We will see how Taras distinguishes himself today.
  5. We will see how Tarás distinguishes himself today.
  6. What distinguishes entrepreneurial cultures is that they chase.
  7. When a small boy distinguishes himself in an event his parents.
  8. Within the informative-cognitive paradigm one distinguishes be-.
  9. What distinguishes this section from atrocities in wartime is intent.
  10. It is this "something" that distinguishes that "man" from other men.
  11. What distinguishes me from Johnson is that I have the will in spades.
  12. And, it is the subtype program, the Soul that distinguishes one.
  13. Yangsi Rinpoche distinguishes between karmic imprints and karmic seeds.
  14. Still, what potentially distinguishes art is the characteristics of the.
  15. The most of them lack that expression of conscious life which distinguishes.
  16. Look for la difference – what distinguishes otherwise similar instances.
  17. Logic is the science of good reasoning, it distinguishes bad from good reasoning.
  18. The only thing that distinguishes one hallway from another, here, is their length.
  19. The activity most intimately linked to the consciousness that distinguishes human.
  20. Your individuality is that sense of uniqueness which distinguishes you from another.
  21. There’s something fresh, original, unPetersburg-like about her that distinguishes her.
  22. There’s something fresh, original, un-Petersburg-like about her that distinguishes her.
  23. See what distinguishes humans, is humans by their words, can release a spirit content into the world.
  24. But it is, after all, the humour of "Don Quixote" that distinguishes it from all other books of the romance kind.
  25. Heart in this verse means the heart of the spirit by which it minds and distinguishes between good and evil.
  26. There is another characteristic of the Scripture doctrine on Satanic action, which distinguishes it froth pagan mythologies.
  27. It is man’s inclination to ask and to answer the question why that distinguishes him from animals lower in the food chain.
  28. Rather, she was of that peculiarly careless, absent-minded, gratuitously distant bearing which commonly distinguishes unmarried beauties.
  29. The grand circumstance which distinguishes the limestone of this division from that already described, is this, ITS STRATA ARE HORIZONTAL.
  30. In all human action not that which is common to man and the animals is the characteristic element, but that which distinguishes him from them.
  31. It will be noticed that in these instances it is chiefly the insistence upon outline that distinguishes these artists from their contemporaries.
  32. In most cases, it is an element of the operating system that distinguishes between requests for files on the local drive and those on the network.
  33. The real trick that distinguishes this from other CC cookies I’ve eaten is that the batter is placed in the frig for 12 hours before going in the oven.
  34. These red rocks occupy a large part of Lancashire and Cheshire, and especially in the latter county give the characteristic scenery which distinguishes it.
  35. The scientific method is central to the explosion of inquiry and creativity that distinguishes Western civilization from societies that lack that approach.
  36. Lee distinguishes between demand-driven inflation (negative aggregate shocks to demand in the 1930s and 2008) and supply or scarcity-driven inflation (the 1970s and 1980s).
  37. It is his ability to translate observation and knowledge into profitable investment actions that distinguishes the contrarian trader from the run-of-the-mill devil’s advocate or naysayer.
  38. I use that phrase advisedly, because it seems appropriate to young people bereft of the discipline that might make them employable, of the conscience that distinguishes between right and wrong.
  39. But just then a long-haired man in a special attire, which distinguishes him from all other men, drives up and, getting down from the carriage, walks up to the house of the County Council Office.
  40. What distinguishes this pullback is its position in the evolving market structure as the first pullback following a potential trend change; normal pullbacks are continuation patterns in established trends.
  41. In the lower stages of civilization imagination more than reason distinguishes man from the animals; and to banish art would be to banish thought, to banish language, to banish the expression of all truth.
  42. The Examiner says: 'Allan Adair, the only son of his widowed mother, distinguishes himself as a lad in helping to save a vessel in distress, and in return is offered a berth by the owners in one of their ships.
  43. The thing that distinguishes us, that enables us to be able to do that, is we have a spirit man, we're created in the image of God,, and we can speak words that communicate in ways that the animal world cannot.
  44. He goes thither at first as a hunter and fisher, until at last, if he has the seeds of a better life in him, he distinguishes his proper objects, as a poet or naturalist it may be, and leaves the gun and fish-pole behind.
  45. We have both experienced such periods, and we believe strongly that what distinguishes great traders from average traders is the ability to recover and rebound strongly from a single mistake or a full-blown trader’s slump.
  46. The fierceness of his countenance now seemed to slumber, and in its place was to be seen the quiet, vacant composure which distinguishes an Indian warrior, when his faculties are not required for any of the greater purposes of his existence.
  47. The motive of this prolonged strife—so attractive to Shakespeare—had much the same dignity which distinguishes the family intrigues of the Sublime Porte, and Shakespeare presents the history of his country as a mere pageant of warring royalties and their trains.
  48. A speech delivered in Chinese may be excellent, and may yet remain incomprehensible to me if I do not know Chinese; but what distinguishes a work of art from all other mental activity is just the fact that its language is understood by all, and that it infects all without distinction.
  49. The eye, however, has perceived no change; the immense beach is smooth and tranquil, all the sand has the same aspect, nothing distinguishes the soil that is solid from that which is not solid; the joyous little cloud of sand-lice continues to leap tumultuously under the feet of the passer-by.
  50. It could not be otherwise: for the principal characteristic which distinguishes the doctrine of Christ from those of earlier times is that the men who accepted it strove to understand and to fulfil it more and more perfectly; whereas the doctrine of the Church affirmed that it was already thoroughly understood and also fulfilled.
  51. But though it is impossible to undeceive these people, just as it is impossible to convince a man suffering from "Daltonism" that green is not red, yet, for all that, this indication remains perfectly definite to those whose feeling for art is neither perverted nor atrophied, and it clearly distinguishes the feeling produced by art from all other feelings.
  52. His profile, all of whose lines were rounded, without thereby losing their firmness, had a certain Germanic sweetness, which has made its way into the French physiognomy by way of Alsace and Lorraine, and that complete absence of angles which rendered the Sicambres so easily recognizable among the Romans, and which distinguishes the leonine from the aquiline race.
  53. To his horror he recollected that he had left both coat and waistcoat behind him in his cell, and with them his pocket-book, money, keys, watch, matches, pencil-case—all that makes life worth living, all that distinguishes the many-pocketed animal, the lord of creation, from the inferior one-pocketed or no-pocketed productions that hop or trip about permissively, unequipped for the real contest.
  54. This characteristic frequency of inertially “changing” rotation Cycles that are structured by wave Configurations of an innumerable number of different-qualitative Forms may serve as a more or less reliable feature that distinguishes in the Self-Consciousness of each “personality” one Time Flow from another one, that is, that which subjectively (for you!) “was” from that which subjectively (for you!) “is”.
  55. The first of these formularies, which, by way of eminence, he peculiarly distinguishes by the name of the Economical Table, represents the manner in which he supposes this distribution takes place, in a state of the most perfect liberty, and, therefore, of the highest prosperity; in a state where the annual produce is such as to afford the greatest possible neat produce, and where each class enjoys its proper share of the whole annual produce.
  56. Although the purpose of television is to entertain (and instruct) and to provide a meaningful outlet for a child‘s (incipient) imagination, it should do so in a manner that correctly distinguishes between what is real from implausible or uncertain (impressions) that that child normally receives; that is to say, that otherwise obscure what is real from what is not real (or make-believe) but only appears to be real whenever taken out of context.
  57. For instance, whether or not there is an open passage from the nostrils to the mouth, the only character, according to Owen, which absolutely distinguishes fishes and reptiles—the inflection of the angle of the lower jaw in Marsupials—the manner in which the wings of insects are folded—mere colour in certain Algae—mere pubescence on parts of the flower in grasses—the nature of the dermal covering, as hair or feathers, in the Vertebrata.
  58. To bring my argument to a close, I would say then, gentle sir, let your son go on as his star leads him, for being so studious as he seems to be, and having already successfully surmounted the first step of the sciences, which is that of the languages, with their help he will by his own exertions reach the summit of polite literature, which so well becomes an independent gentleman, and adorns, honours, and distinguishes him, as much as the mitre does the bishop, or the gown the learned counsellor.
  59. We gave, in short, a loose to mirth; and now, nothing would serve him but giving his hand the regale of going over every part of me, neck, breast, belly, thighs, and all the et caetera, so dear to the imagination, under the pretext of washing and rubbing them; as we both stood in the water, no higher now than the pit of our stomachs, and which did not hinder him from feeling, and toying with that leak that distinguishes our sex, and it so wonderfully water-tight: for his fingers, in vain dilating and opening it, only let more flame than water into it, be it said without a figure.
  60. In fine, it might have answered very well the making a skew of; its enormous head seemed, in hue and size, not unlike a common sheep's heart; then you might have trolled dice securely along the broad back of the body of it; the length of it too was prodigious; then the rich appendage of the treasure-bag beneath, large in proportion, gathered and crisped up round in shallow furrows, helped to fill the eye, and complete the proof of his being a natural, not quite in vain; since it was full manifest that he inherited, and largely too, the prerogative of majesty which distinguishes that otherwise most unfortunate condition, and gave rise to the vulgar saying That a fool's bauble is a lady's playfellow.

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