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dis tingk tiv nuhs

  • n  a distinguishing trait
  • n  utter dissimilarity

  • What distinctiveness is left? Economic growth there is, and more there will be.
  • In an interview with PTI, President Hinckley seemed intent on downplaying his faith's distinctiveness.
  • None has so far matched the distinctiveness and power of the Beatles' mixturewhich, after all, is responsible for having boosted them into their supramusical status.

  • Alan Rusbridger in guardian.co.uk
    Our goal, each year, is to surprise ourselves and others by the quality, distinctiveness, and reach of those we identify and support. We have surprised ourselves again this year. As a group, this new class of Fellows takes one's breath away. Each... Daniel http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFKicWKYcTEr0IYklrJvpoO1SW3IQ Earthtimes (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/photos-25-new-macarthur-fellows-announced,551112.shtml&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGj3QvgtxgzdBNnH1UqZLUL1hn_aA Sep 22, 2008 29050 37720 distinctiveness These appointments are a crucial step towards delivering our vision of the future, providing news 24/7 while maintaining the distinctiveness of the Guardian and Observer," said Alan Rusbridger, the editor of the Guardian and editor-in-chief of...
  • Dalton McGuinty in 680 News
    We have a distinctive gun culture here and I'd like to maintain that distinctiveness,McGuinty said before a Liberal cabinet meeting. "I've always said that we should have a good, effective gun registry system in place. We have requested of...

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