Distinguish

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distinguish between   (間の区別)

These scholars did not distinguish between each other.

Occasionally, dual forms can distinguish between meanings.

One must distinguish between "ratio decidendi" and "obiter dicta".

not distinguish   (区別しない)

These scholars did not distinguish between each other.

Others do not distinguish the subtaxa.

In Belgium, traffic laws do not distinguish cycle lanes from cyclepaths.

used to distinguish   (区別するために使用)

Tone is not used to distinguish meanings of words.

It can be used to distinguish certain Streptococcal organisms.

Several methods can be used to distinguish actual causality from spurious indications of causality.

difficult to distinguish   (区別が難しい)

It may be difficult to distinguish from epidermolytic hyperkeratosis.

Such variation may be innate or learned and is often very difficult to distinguish.

They may contain elements of are often difficult to distinguish from the practice of vratas.

not distinguish between   (区別しない)

These scholars did not distinguish between each other.

For instance, Tamil does not distinguish between voiced and voiceless stops.

The Franchise Law does not distinguish between Brazilian and foreign franchisors.

distinguish themselves

They distinguish themselves by their costumes and dialect.

In the battle Oeagrus, Aeacus, and Erectheus all distinguish themselves.

They were less problematic than the A2/2 class, but did not distinguish themselves.

order to distinguish   (区別するために)

In this way, the space had to be decorated in two different ways, in order to distinguish both universes.

Ordinary functors are also called covariant functors in order to distinguish them from contravariant ones.

In order to distinguish himself from his father, he usually wrote his scripts under the pen name Guido Nolitta.

able to distinguish   (区別できる)

Neither study was able to distinguish between the effects of phenylephrine or a placebo.

The way this works is that the computer circuit is able to distinguish between a healthy and mutated cell by utilizing a set of five criteria.

In order for an algorithm to correctly test whether its input is uniform, it must be able to distinguish formula_36 from every possible permutation of formula_37.

distinguish itself

The consensus is: "An unremarkable slasher flick that fails to distinguish itself from others of its ilk".

To distinguish itself from Herald Square neighbors, Gimbels' advertising promised more: "Select, don't settle."

In 1863 it assumed the official name of Cavenago Cavenago d'Adda, to distinguish itself from Cavenago of Brianza.

does not distinguish

For instance, Tamil does not distinguish between voiced and voiceless stops.

, most software does not distinguish symbols for binary and decimal prefixes.

The Franchise Law does not distinguish between Brazilian and foreign franchisors.

hard to distinguish

This species is hard to distinguish from other "Salvinia".

Some gases are hard to distinguish by sight or smell alone.

It is hard to distinguish them without careful inspection of their looks.

did not distinguish

These scholars did not distinguish between each other.

Jordanes considered the Goths to be Scyths, and often did not distinguish them.

They were less problematic than the A2/2 class, but did not distinguish themselves.

way to distinguish

Since some E8s were fitted with this, it is not a reliable way to distinguish the two.

This is when he began to look for a way to distinguish children with developmental disabilities.

Later, the color of the robes came to serve as a way to distinguish monastics, just as they did in India.

help distinguish

Determinatives are not pronounced, but help distinguish homophones.

Cognitive testing and brain imaging can help distinguish depression from dementia.

Staining techniques using artificial dyes were established to help distinguish between different types of tissue.