distinguishable : Definition, Usages, News and More
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a capable of being perceived as different or distinct
only the shine of their metal was distinguishable in the gloom a project distinguishable into four stages of progress distinguishable differences between the twins
s (often followed by `from') not alike; different in nature or quality
Young Morton Grove Boy Scout soaring higher than most Embarking on an Eagle Scout project is rare and distinguishable, but what makes Steven Kuschner unique among that small group is that he just turned 14 years old. Two of the 70 scouts in Morton Grove Troop 228 just became Eagle Scouts, but they’re both approaching their 18th birthdays, which is the norm. Kuschner is following in his father’s footsteps, as Mitchell Kuschner became an Eagle Scout ...
June 10, 2013 - Morton Grove Champion
Don't Trust Markets That Believe Bad Economic News Is A Good Thing In his book ?Thinking Fast and Slow,? Nobel Prize winning economist and Princeton professor, Daniel Kahneman states, ?A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguishable from truth. Authoritarian institutions and markets have always known this fact.?
June 10, 2013 - Forbes
Gideon Levy in Seattle Times Gideon Levy, a writer for the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz, wrote, "A state that takes such steps is no longer distinguishable from a terror organization."
Irwin Cotler in Enter Stage Right We don't see any connection, I repeat, any connection between the issue of polygamy and the issue of same sex marriage. Any attempt to make that kind of connection is simply a way of confusing distinguishable issues in every regard,responded...