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But for St. Paul, as for all sufficiently earnest and vigorous minds, there is a point at which these distinctions disappear.

The name kept the title after it—Armiger—though the man himself had long departed to a life with other distinctions.

These distinctions, if they are to be made objectively, must be made on the basis of case studies.

From him they commence their series of honors and distinctions.

Bothus remarked that Aristotle had omitted to notice some distinctions drawn by Speusippus on this matter, Schol.

AristotleGeorge Grote

But the Church was entirely consistent in its attitude toward women in that it made no distinctions as to class or condition.

Women of England, Volume 9 (of 10)Burleigh James Bartlett

The distinctions between the physical and the chemical properties of bodies are confessedly artificial.

The distinctions between these two words are not always observed by those who use them.

The VerbalistThomas Embly Osmun, (AKA Alfred Ayres)

The distinctions between the officers were less marked than at present.

This was done, and forthwith all distinctions became doubtful.

The Common LawOliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

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