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In look and practice almost indistinguishable from Cleveland police, the clinic’s 153 officers are armed, make arrests and stop motorists on city streets, including major commuter routes.

The streets of Blade Runner and Hong Kong have become more indistinguishable than ever.

In many cases, what the system generates is indistinguishable from human-written text.

Can A.I. understand poetry?Jeremy KahnAugust 18, 2020Fortune

In 2005, when he joined the court, he was basically indistinguishable ideologically from Justice Samuel Alito, who was appointed around the same time.

If the workers did have symptoms, there’s also a chance that the signs of illness were indistinguishable from regular flu.

Young birds are now indistinguishable from adults, except by the browner and more worn wings.

Individual eggs are indistinguishable from the last species but in a large series the ground color averages brighter.

The Bird BookChester A. Reed

The eggs are indistinguishable from those of the preceding species except that they average a trifle smaller.

The Bird BookChester A. Reed

They breed on the same islands in company with the common Murre and their eggs are indistinguishable.

The Bird BookChester A. Reed

This was followed by an indistinguishable song that included much stamping and then by an endless, incoherent dirge.

This Side of ParadiseF. Scott Fitzgerald

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