Prepositions after "distinguish"

"distinguish between" or "distinguish from"?

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In 67% of cases distinguish between is used

Distinguish Between Reactive vs.

I didn't distinguish between genres or styles.

We must distinguish between these two kinds of hungers.

I think for some events one has to distinguish between comedy and absurdity.

It is important that you learn how to distinguish between one from the other.

First, it's important to distinguish between civil wrongs and criminal activity.

As his vision develops your baby can distinguish between shades of the same colour, such as red and orange.

The above case for example shows us men's psyche which fails to distinguish between a wife and a governess.

Despite my efforts, you continually fail to distinguish between very different radical political philosophies.

You have to wonder if Cable is able to distinguish between a typical shareholder and a reader of The Guardian.

In 18% of cases distinguish from is used

Arses must be consistently distinguished from elbows.

Miracles are distinguished from other extra-ordinary act by this criterion, i.

The more mature rings may be difficult to distinguish from those of other species.

See above for details about how the the codes are distinguished from the strings.

As a result, moral education and aesthetic education can be distinguished from each other.

Prehistoric can be distinguished from modern and medieval remains by looking at the teeth.

The Roman aqueducts were distinguished from the earlier ones mainly by their size and number.

As a result, mentality education and aesthetic education can be distinguished from each other.

The private property may be distinguished from public property in respect of the following points.

In this way she is distinguished from the Western woman who has lost the characteristic of shyness.

In 8% of cases distinguish by is used

U: All states can be distinguished by their different quality, just like unlike flavors.

There are two main categories of lipoproteins distinguished by how compact/dense they are.

They are easily spotted next to the two-piece uniforms, distinguished by their prominent front zipper.

Chauvin was distinguished by his blind patriotism, his belief in French superiority and his devotion to l'Empereur.

The alert Muslim woman is distinguished by her keenness to follow Islamic etiquette in the way she eats and drinks.

There are several different types of seventh chords, distinguished by both the type of triad and the type of seventh used.

Nicky Rackard's younger brother Bobby was an equally powerful man and was distinguished by the fact that he always wore a cap.

The demons could be distinguished by their terrifying and repellent likeness to frightful and unknown animals, all black and transparent.

The true Muslim woman is distinguished by the nature of her moral and psychological make-up, and by her tolerant and easy-going personality.

But the Muslim woman? s jokes are distinguished by their legitimate Islamic nature, and never sink to the level of being cheap, dirty or stupid.

In 2% of cases distinguish in is used

A senior colleague, distinguished in the field of international arbitration, Henri La Fontaine, directed the Society? s bibliographical program.

In considering this issue, one should bear in mind that the concepts of race, ethnicity, and ancestry are not clearly or consistently distinguished in the U.

This was specifically designed to preserve the rights of existing CUKCs, since UK law did not at the time distinguish in any way between CUKCs and the citizens of independent Commonwealth countries.

In 1% of cases distinguish as is used

The reign of the newly self-appointed King Yeslnik is already distinguished as the most bloody and merciless in Honce history.

Among those instrumental in spreading the Mimiboards are media owners from South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria, also distinguished as the first adopters of the service.

In 1% of cases distinguish for is used

One of the police-- and it is not the first time the force have been distinguished for such kindly acts-- got permission to have him put in a neighbouring barn.

In 1% of cases distinguish on is used

Put yourself in the shoes of the person doing the hiring -- they've got stacks of applications to look through and it's hard to distinguish on paper who might be worth calling in for an interview.

In 1% of cases distinguish with is used

Candidates scoring seventy five per cent marks or above are distinguished with an asterisk.

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