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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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Distinctively Staffordshire features the collections of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, the William Salt Library and the Staffordshire County Museum.
'You can copy the ingredients, but then the food will taste differently because there are ingredients that are distinctively from a certain area that makes the taste different,' said Aniere, an Australian.
The concept of the "melting pot" is distinctively American.
Organisers Stirling Council say the party will be "distinctively Scottish" and the perfect way to round off the Year of Homecoming.
Since August, Edmonton residents have been tuning in to 98.5FM to hear a distinctively Aboriginal sound.
In this they are helped by frontman Terry Wolfers' distinctively high vocal, which falls somewhere between Jeff Buckley and Chrissie Hynde.
Preparing a nutritious, no-fuss salad is easier than ever these days, thanks to the recent rollout of Distinctively Dole premium salad kits from Monterey, Calif.-based Dole Fresh Vegetables, a subsidiary of Dole Food Co.
However, it makes no mention of a distinctively Welsh culture or language.
This annual publication is a user-friendly, easily transferable, full color, glossy magazine that distinctively focuses on a select part of the real estate market.
A briefing paper sent to Henry Kissinger in 1975 read: 'Unfortunately for her prospects of becoming a national, as distinct from a party, leader, she has over the years acquired a distinctively upper middle-class personal image.' The documents, part of a batch on European foreign relations recently made available by the National Archives in Washington, also comment on 'her conventional and somewhat forced charm and above all her plummy voice'.
Jade, from nearby Ec-cles, was dressed distinctively in a short brown skirt, purple hooded top and white sandals.
PC Shaun Lee said: "The fact that the offender was distinctively wearing underwear on the outside of her clothing and also on her head may jog people's memories."