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distinct

1. Maths Logic (of a pair of entities) not identical
2. Botany (of parts of a plant) not joined together; separate
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It hasn't always been an easy journey, but the country has kept on its unique course - steered by every description and heritage and outsized aspiration of its distinctively American passengers.
An important part of its mission should be to preserve and encourage those aspects of Wales, other than the terrain and scenery, that are distinctively Welsh.
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.
Her voice ages effortlessly and distinctively when portraying the other characters, whom she characterizes every bit as well.
All that acknowledged, Herring has a lonely-boy voice that's distinctively his very own.
Yet the immediate association is more quotidian: Each painting is like a brick wall, with rows of different-size, distinctively handled blocks of color cemented together by lines of still more color.
In particular, the wrestling world fostered a homosociability that "reshuffled some of the past criteria for stratification," at the same time that it commodified virility and asserted a distinctively Russian masculinity over the "wild, debased" bodies of their antagonists from Central Asia, the Caucasus, or Africa.
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".
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.
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.