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  • 例文 distinguish
    1. A flash of lightning may be made up of several strokes. If they are separated by enough time for the eye to distinguish them, the lightning will appear to flicker.
    2. How do we recognize a value statement? How can we distinguish a value statement from a descriptive one? Are value statements those characterized by involving opinions or judgments?
    3. Green traffic lights look white to me, which makes them hard to distinguish from streetlights from far away. - First Usenet use via Google Groups, 9 May 1981 00:31:59-PDT, CSVAX.halbert at Berkeley
    4. His achloropsia meant he could not distinguish light and dark shades of green
    5. Furthermore, due to the straight and centrally positioned carinae as well as the absence of lingual and/or labial depressions mediobasally situated on the crown, the labial and lingual sides are excessively difficult to distinguish [ …]
    6. To distinguish between synthesis, modification and degradation rates of LC3B, the ratio of the LC3B-II faster migrating form to the nonlipidated precursor (LC3B-I) is determined in the absence or presence of inhibitors of lysosome-mediated proteolysis.
    7. In dogs, AMH has been described to distinguish ovariohysterectomized from intact bitches [ 25 ].
    8. However, SCM with unknown primary malignancies are very difficult to distinguish from astrocytomas, especially HGAs, because of their similar features on standard MRI, such as obvious enhancement and peritumor edema.
  • 例文 distinguishes
    1. The majority of what we prescientifically called ‘water’ has more than one microstructural feature that we could have concluded distinguishes the true from the spurious samples believed to be water.
    2. Field work traditionally distinguishes true archaeologists from armchair archaeologists. ‎
    3. In his classic monograph describing the clonal selection theory of the immune response, Burnet (1959) suggested that the immune system distinguishes between self (no antibody response) and nonself (antibody response).
    4. For example, C# distinguishes between "statically-typed" and "dynamically-typed" variables; uses of the former are checked statically, while uses of the latter are checked dynamically.
    5. Werdelin [103 ] distinguishes two morphotypes among ossiphageous carnivores: the bone-crackers (e.g., spotted hyaenas), which break bones with their premolars, and bone-crushers (e.g., wolves) that break bones with their post-carnassial molars.
    6. For example, C# distinguishes between "statically-typed" and "dynamically-typed" variables; uses of the former are checked statically, while uses of the latter are checked dynamically.
    7. This distinguishes them from granules in adjacent cells and perhaps signals the presence of sulfomucins typical of some types of secretory cells [22 ].
  • 例文 distinguished
    1. Stratagems must be carefully distinguished strategy from perfidy, since the former are allowed, whereas the latter is prohibited.
    2. Costumes and scenery are distinguished from property properly speaking. ‎
    3. Distinguished by their sasheries and insignia. — Carlyle.
    4. Scug, Et[on]. Har[row]. Negatively, a boy who is not distinguished in person, in games, or social qualities. Positively, a boy of untidy, dirty, or ill-mannered habits; one whose sense of propriety is not fully developed.
    5. The sex of Venice are undoubtedly of a distinguished beauty.
    6. Abstraction or prescision ought to be carefully distinguished from two other modes of mental separation, which may be termed discrimination and dissociation.
    7. Bifacially retouched knives used to deflesh hides and to cut meat or skin can be distinguished by their edge angle and partially by their shape.
    8. It had begun to take a leading place even in the days of the Ptolemies, and in scientific, as distinguished from purely literary work, it had assumed a position of primary importance early in the Christian era.
  • 例文 distinguishing
    1. The business with the hat is a fine example of the difficulty of distinguishing between 'natural' and 'formal' acting.
    2. For archaeologists, distinguishing art from nonart is still quite a challenge.
    3. The English, of all classes, value themselves on this trait, as distinguishing them from the French, who, in the popular belief, are more polite than true.
    4. This is the distinguishing feature of the accomplished vuvuzelist. The vuvuzela blower lives by one golden rule: never stop blowing.
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