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Apple has also added site favicons to tabs, which should also help you identify them quicker.

Within each envelope should be a single inner secrecy envelope, which must be devoid of any identifying information to ensure that nobody can tell how the ballot has been cast.

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In 1939, the mathematical physicist Eugene Wigner identified particles as the simplest possible objects that can be shifted, rotated and boosted.

Getting a camera down into your innards allows medical professionals to see the inner lining of the those organs and identify any abnormalities.

You can compare relevant sites and identify the biggest traffic providers.

He identifies as transgender on Scruff but not always on Grindr.

She told a story of a fellow employee who identifies as a butch dyke (a lesbian who takes on a more masculine identity).

Hitchcock identifies the good stuff quickly, and his own ideas are almost always right.

Granted, partly this is a problem of sources the author identifies in the introduction.

The government identifies false truffles and more than 200 other kinds of foods grizzlies may have eaten.

The princess makes a mark on his forehead as he sleeps, and thus identifies the hero as her rescuer.

He now practically identifies Pity with the fair one in whose heart it was said (in l. 14) to be buried.

The little maid calls him Drac, identifies the flower in his hand, and lives on in this hallucination.

The original work nowhere identifies this disciple with any particular historic figure.

We have already seen that the crowd in most cases identifies itself with "the people," "humanity," "society," etc.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to identifies, such as: diagnose, pinpoint, describe, spot, classify, and determine.

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