Distillment Distinction

Distinct

Meanings and phrases

distinct

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. (often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality; distinguishable
  2. easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined
  3. constituting a separate entity or part; discrete
  4. clearly or sharply defined to the mind; clear-cut; trenchant
  5. recognizable; marked; decided

distinct species

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E.g.
  • They are therefore considered distinct species.
  • Some sources accept "Lotus leptophyllus" as a distinct species.
  • FishBase and the IUCN list it as a distinct species, "C. pennantii".

several distinct

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E.g.
  • It was noted to have had several distinct raised parts.
  • It is formed by several distinct burghs, or "frazioni".
  • Many of these plant species have several distinct cultivars.

own distinct

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E.g.
  • It has its own distinct variations and regional peculiarities.
  • Ghana has more than seventy ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language.
  • Each has its own distinct qualities that make it preferable to certain reef aquarists.

very distinct

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E.g.
  • There is a very distinct reddish-brown cross band.
  • Selkirk has a climate with four very distinct seasons.
  • NQuest felt the game didn't have a very distinct plot.

more distinct

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E.g.
  • These dialects, while still intelligible, are more distinct.
  • Winds increased to 85 mph (140 km/h) on September 30, after the eye became more distinct.
  • Staining in the whisker barrels is more distinct than that in other areas of somatosensory cortex.

quite distinct

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E.g.
  • It is quite distinct from any other Aramaic variety.
  • They are quite distinct from the eastern dialects and Imperial Aramaic.
  • But up to the 19th century both islands must have had a quite distinct language.

distinct from other

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E.g.
  • The Kisankasa are distinct from other groups often called Dorobo.
  • Its geography makes the Neo-Aramaic of Sanandaj quite distinct from other dialects.
  • They are distinct from other herrings by having a deeper body and spawning in rivers.

number of distinct

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E.g.
  • Berkeley has a number of distinct neighborhoods.
  • Within the depression there are a number of distinct valleys.
  • A number of distinct features can be identified on the ridge.

distinct groups

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E.g.
  • They are divided into two morphologically distinct groups.
  • So, too, have movements to free large or distinct groups of slaves.
  • Moving groups can sometimes be further subdivided in smaller distinct groups.

distinct types

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E.g.
  • There are two distinct types found in the trade.
  • "Hemipristis" has two distinct types of teeth in each section of its jaw.
  • There are two distinct types of tsunami warning systems: international and regional.

separate and distinct

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E.g.
  • Though the two are related, they are separate and distinct.
  • They prefer to remain separate and distinct from mainstream health care.
  • Chestnut is a color similar to but separate and distinct from Indian red.

distinct areas

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E.g.
  • Present day Chianciano Terme has two distinct areas.
  • There are three distinct areas where rainfall exceeds 1800 mm.
  • It consists of four distinct areas:

distinct seasons

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E.g.
  • It has four distinct seasons and abundant rainfall.
  • Guam has two distinct seasons: Rainy and dry season.
  • There are three distinct seasons in this town.

genetically distinct

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  • There are two genetically distinct coat color morphs: white and blue.
  • At this point, the zygote is genetically distinct from either of its parents.
  • A number of DNA studies have found the Italian wolf to be genetically distinct.

distinct parts

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E.g.
  • The town of Capranica consists of three distinct parts.
  • The work is divided into two distinct parts.
  • This week featured two distinct parts.

less distinct

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E.g.
  • The call of females is deeper and less distinct than the call of males.
  • Their scaly wings have four dark spots, which are less distinct in the male.
  • These bugs have shining and more or less distinct reddish, orange-red or brownish red pronotum and hemelytra.

no distinct

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E.g.
  • It has little to no distinct taste of its own.
  • There are no distinct upper and lower case letter forms.
  • There is no distinct sculpturing to the exoskeleton surface.

distinct sections

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E.g.
  • The station consists of three distinct sections.
  • The Indoctrination Course consists of two distinct sections.
  • The façade has three distinct sections which are harmoniously integrated.

distinct style

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E.g.
  • In the process, Taiwan developed a distinct style of cuisine.
  • Both of them had their distinct style.
  • Pianist Memphis Slim began his career in Memphis, but his distinct style was smoother and had some swing elements.

distinct phases

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E.g.
  • It was divided into two distinct phases.
  • Its life cycle has two distinct phases:
  • Decoration in the Art Deco period went through several distinct phases.

distinct group

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E.g.
  • The Torodbe may well have already been a distinct group when the Denianke conquered Futa Toro.
  • and this persecution has on numerous occasions threatened the existence of Yazidis as a distinct group.
  • Although the Pneumatomachi's beliefs were somewhat reminiscent of Arianism, they were a distinct group.

distinct language

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E.g.
  • Northern Awu is a distinct language.
  • Zuni may have become a distinct language at least 7,000 years ago.
  • Ghana has more than seventy ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language.

considered distinct

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E.g.
  • They are therefore considered distinct species.
  • Ilit and Bitama are not mutually intelligible and so may be considered distinct languages.
  • For Aristotle, accidents, like heat waves in winter, must be considered distinct from natural causes.

distinct identity

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E.g.
  • Rather, Xinjiang's distinct identity was given by the Qing.
  • Each faculty/school has significant autonomy based on its attributed powers, and a distinct identity within the University.
  • Each individual stripe or spot on a wing has a distinct identity that can be traced from species to species within a family.

distinct forms

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E.g.
  • Arabic has developed into at least two distinct forms.
  • The double bass bow comes in two distinct forms (shown below).
  • There are two distinct forms of appellate review, "direct" and "collateral".

distinct isoforms

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E.g.
  • Two alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding distinct isoforms have been found for this gene.
  • Many alternatively spliced transcripts variants of this gene, which encode distinct isoforms, have been reported.

distinct ethnic

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E.g.
  • Zotung Mingphuin is a very distinct ethnic people in Burma.
  • In an ethnic sense, none of these places formed a distinct ethnic border.
  • In Armenia and Iraq, the Yazidis are recognized as a distinct ethnic group.

distinct genus

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E.g.
  • The distinct floral structure resulted in Rhodora being treated as a distinct genus at one time.
  • Their larvae were originally believed to represent a distinct genus ("Macristium") and even family.
  • "Macrotherium", which is typically from the middle Miocene of Sansan, in Gers, France, may indicate a distinct genus.

distinct languages

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E.g.
  • Ilit and Bitama are not mutually intelligible and so may be considered distinct languages.
  • Omotic languages are an Ethiopian linguistic group consisting of more than twenty-five distinct languages.
  • The population of Guinea-Bissau is ethnically diverse with distinct languages, customs, and social structures.

many distinct

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E.g.
  • Edward Van Halen uses many distinct animal noises with his vibrato.
  • The shaman has been published or republished many distinct forms over the decades.
  • There are many distinct species of fish in the oceans surrounding Christmas Island.

most distinct

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E.g.
  • It is the most distinct of the Indian Ocean kestrels.
  • It is most distinct due south of NGC 1788's central region.
  • The most distinct ship seen at Mallows Bay is the S.S. "Accomac".

considered a distinct

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E.g.
  • The subspecies "microlepis" is sometimes considered a distinct species.
  • Nowadays its southern congener is considered a distinct species "P. unicornis".
  • However, plane spotting was not considered a distinct hobby until the second half of the 20th century.

distinct regions

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E.g.
  • Andalusia may itself be considered a collection of distinct regions.
  • The Constitution of Latvia recognises four distinct regions: Kurzeme, Zemgale, Latgale and Vidzeme.
  • American Consolidated Media owned more than 100 newspapers in 18 distinct regions of the United States.

distinct features

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E.g.
  • A number of distinct features can be identified on the ridge.
  • The Envy 17 comes with all basic features and with certain distinct features.
  • The, now, 42.195 km (26.2 mile) distance is a physical challenge that entails distinct features of an individual's energy metabolism.

distinct periods

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E.g.
  • In Kabul Khir Khana a large Hindu temple complex of two distinct periods.
  • The cultural development is divided into three distinct periods: precolumbian, colonial, and republican.
  • German colonization of Africa The German colonization of Africa took place during two distinct periods.
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