Principles can also be distinguished in terms of their scope.
Plural marking in spoken French is often similarly distinguished.
Buchanan Medal For distinguished contributions to the biomedical sciences.
He is distinguished professor in the Graduate Center Economics Ph.D. program and distinguished scholar at the Luxembourg Income Study Center at the City University of New York.
Even the theory of Boolean algebras with a distinguished ideal is decidable.
Two features distinguished the reforms of Charles III (the “Caroline” reforms) from those of the early Bourbons.
The many examples from this period are distinguished by a low plinth and rich sculptural decoration on the walls.
He again distinguished himself at the Battle of Piacenza (1746), where he received five sabre wounds and was taken prisoner.
Some of English literature’s most distinguished practitioners in the 20th century—from Joseph Conrad at its beginning to V.S.
As such, it is usually distinguished from theism, which affirms the reality of the divine and often seeks to demonstrate its existence.
They are also to be distinguished from the outlawed pirates of the 18th century, although many of the buccaneers’ actions can be called piratical.
Adult Platyneuromus also are similar in appearance to Corydalus but are distinguished by the presence of postocular flanges (plates behind the eyes).
Controversy has erupted over the inaugural Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, a $200,000 prize from the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, that has been granted to Tony Kushner.
In the past he has served as the Weinstein Gold Distinguished Visiting Professor at Chapman University, the Podlich Distinguished Visitor at Claremont-McKenna College, the Ida E.
The son of a distinguished family of soldiers and statesmen, Mendoza distinguished himself in the service of the Spanish king Charles I, who rewarded him by appointing him viceroy in 1535.
The problem, according to Schaffer, is that if knowledge-wh is reduced to knowledge-that and is not question-relative, then cases of knowledge-wh that should be distinguished will not be distinguished.
Janowitz served as Pitt Professor and Distinguished Professor at the University of Cambridge (1972–73) and as Kimpton Distinguished-Service Professor in the department of sociology at the University of Chicago.
Adult Aedes mosquitoes are distinguished from other types of mosquitoes by their narrow and typically black body, unique patterns of light and dark scales on the abdomen and thorax, and alternating light and dark bands on the legs.
The additions include a distinguished predicate ‘Exists’, a distinguished binary predicate ‘Located’, a distinguished constant ‘I’, a distinguished constant ‘Here’, and a function-term ‘dthat’.
The identification of the sources also allows us to propose a processing model in Default Semantics in which three types of contribution to utterance interpretation are distinguished: (i) processing of the sentence (called combination of word meaning and sentence structure, WS); (ii) conscious pragmatic inference (CPI) from three of the sources distinguished above: SD, SC, and WK; and (iii) two kinds of default, automatic meanings: cognitive defaults (CD) triggered by the source IS, and social, cultural and world-knowledge defaults (SCWD).
- (used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation
Example: our distinguished professor
- used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an eminent person
Example: his distinguished bearing
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The identification of the sources also allows us to propose a processing model in Default Semantics in which three types of contribution to utterance interpretation are distinguished i processing of the sentence called combination of word meaning and sentence structure WS ii conscious pragmatic inference CPI from three of the sources distinguished above SD SC and WK and iii two kinds of default automatic meanings cognitive defaults CD triggered by the source IS and social cultural and world-knowledge defaults SCWD