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  • 문장 distinguish
    1. The failure to distinguish executive functions from nonmanagerial technical skills is another source of confusion
    2. We must distinguish between obscene and nonobscene pornography.
    3. Many languages do not distinguish countable nouns from uncountable nouns.
    4. John is difficult to distinguish sometimes because he carries himself so self-effacingly.
    5. Cognitive scientists distinguish between normal risk-assessment decisions, which activate the reward-prediction regions of the brain, and decisions made amid extreme uncertainty, which generate activity in the amygdala.
    6. Some colour-blind people can't distinguish between red and green. ‎
    7. We have a criterion to distinguish one bud from another, or the parent bud from the numerous budlets which are its offspring. — E. Darwin.
    8. As human observers we focus almost entirely on coarse-grainings of this quasiclassical realm. However, quantum theory does not distinguish the classical realm from other decoherent sets...
    9. The small diameter fibres are best tested asking the patient to distinguish between the blunt and sharp end of a neuro-pin.
  • 문장 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 ].
  • 문장 distinguished
    1. The gangsters use "dese and dose" accents, the props are cartoonlike (dollar bills the size of legal paper and cardboard cutout guns), and the acting style is distinguished by histrionic poses.
    2. The lecture was attended by many distinguished mathematicians.
    3. Her father was a distinguished gentleman, albeit a poor one.
    4. Let X be a topological space with a distinguished point p.
    5. The physics of elementary particles in the 20th century was distinguished by the observation of particles whose existence had been predicted by theorists sometimes decades earlier.
    6. Sacrifices [ …] distinguished into expiatory, euctical, and eucharistical. — Bp. Law.
    7. The Dugong is easily distinguished from the manatees by its fluked, dolphin-like tail.
  • 문장 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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