Prepositions used with "distinction"

"with distinction" or "of distinction"?

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In 39% of cases distinction with is used

They served loyally and with distinction.

With Distinction in Spoken German, With Merit.

I scored the highest marks with distinction in three subjects.

From the same detention centre Binod sat for BA exam and passed with distinction.

An REC Calicut graduate, Yahya graduated with distinction in Engineering and was employed with GE.

To please his father, he read divinity and graduated with distinction but he had no taste for the clerical life.

A graduate with distinction in fashion designing and a diploma holder in beauty therapy, she obviously has an eye for fashion.

Mary have performed with distinction in these festivals and a number of Jamaica's most well-known performing artistes have roots in St.

She scored 10 grade ones -- nine of them with distinctions -- in the recent Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.

In 34% of cases distinction of is used

It is a mark of distinction in chief assemblies.

He was conferred with the Order of Distinction (Commander Class CD.

Lack of distinction between different services that might be offered.

A winner of the prestigious Fred Ebbett Award of Distinction by the MBCA in 2004 as well as the David C.

In terms of awards she speaks fondly of being honoured by the JCDC and also of her Order of Distinction award.

I believe that these kinds of distinctions, like hard power and soft power and whatnot, are complete nonsense.

It's sad that because of that lack of distinction, a lot of people experience pangs of guilt when they want things for themselves.

In discussing the nature of the working class to-day and comparing it with the past it is important to note a couple of distinctions.

This is the same sort of distinction that Francophone legislative counsel make between the forms peut and pourrait of the verb pouvoir.

In 15% of cases distinction without is used

The Grand Lodge upholds the equality of both Men and Women as practising Masons, without distinction of race, creed, colour, gender or social condition.

When he was informed of their arrival the next day he ordered that a great function should take place to which all would be invited without distinction.

Should all forms of collecting be validated in the same way, without distinction, in the context of a museum environment? The nature of collecting figures prominently in the People's Show.

To secure this we must have everybody vote without distinction of classesand qualifications, in order to establish an absolute majority, which can not be got from the educated propertied classes.

TO SECURE THIS WE MUST HAVE EVERYBODY VOTE WITHOUT DISTINCTION OF CLASSES AND QUALIFICATIONS, in order to establish an absolute majority, which can not be got from the educated propertied classes.

In 3% of cases distinction for is used

It thirsts and burns for distinction; and, if possible, it will have it, whether at the expense of emancipating slaves, or enslaving freemen.

In 3% of cases distinction to is used

This pathway to distinction also needs to have some sense of a clear goal and milestones.

Former President Rawlings charged the new leaders to be original and progressive in their approach and aspire to distinction.

In 1% of cases distinction like is used

Seems like distinction of roles crucial for orgs clear on what is needed, EXACTLY what to optimize.

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