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On weekdays she could be seen purposefully striding the hallways with a notched walking stick, the better to support a weak ankle she had nursed since graduate school, and wearing a distinctive felt cape, an affectation of middle age.
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Yet the light pattern, and subsequent glomeruli activation, were sufficient to incept a distinctive smell into mice, so that they were able to distinguish between the incepted smell and other synthetic odors.
A HIGHWAY TO SMELL: HOW SCIENTISTS USED LIGHT TO INCEPT SMELL IN MICESHELLY FANJULY 1, 2020SINGULARITY HUB
Thus it will be seen that engineering is a distinctive and important profession.
OPPORTUNITIES IN ENGINEERINGCHARLES M. HORTON
The gentes bracketed are said to belong together, but do not seem to have distinctive names—as phratries.
A STUDY OF PUEBLO ARCHITECTURE: TUSAYAN AND CIBOLAVICTOR MINDELEFF AND COSMOS MINDELEFF
No servile can attend a shut vowel; and truith must hav her own, like suit and fruit: in dhe French bruit it iz also distinctive.
A MINNIATURE OV INGLISH ORTHOGGRAPHYJAMES ELPHINSTON
The upper hall is as distinctive as the lower one, and exactly corresponds in length and width.
COLONIAL HOMES AND THEIR FURNISHINGSMARY H. NORTHEND
Head and neck in the wimple which was not in thirteenth century distinctive of nun's dress.
BELL'S CATHEDRALS: THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF WELLSPERCY DEARMER
They are very careful to take away with them nothing which has a distinctive mark by which it may be identified.
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WORDS RELATED TO DISTINCTIVE
- all manner of
- all manner of
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