• He was barely distinguishable from his crew tanned, bony, middle-aged men from across the Chinese countryside.

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  • The band's latest release, Happy the Man, maintains distinguishable acoustic elements while further incorporating electronic programming.

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  • The button layout can be confusing at times, but Kotkin says they're working on a way to make everything distinguishable.

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  • Mr. CUNNINGHAM: I have the citations and most of those cases are distinguishable.

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  • Adjusted for risk, the returns were scarcely distinguishable, with both Sharpe Ratios, 0.32 and 0.28, rounding off to 0.3.

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  • McQueen's image so closely reflected his life that the two were barely distinguishable.

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  • But the licence plates of some military-looking vehicles are covered or missing (army and police licence plates are readily distinguishable).

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  • Jordan is so frightened of a jihadist coup that its government statements are barely distinguishable from Muslim Brotherhood press releases.

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  • Yet this stretch of Singapore bisects an isthmus that is otherwise barely distinguishable from Nicaragua, a few hundred kilometres to the north-west.

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  • While we were never fans of external aerials, the T28 features what's probably the most attractive and distinguishable antenna stub of any handset, ever.

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  • It's not even GM's first attempt to share design: Remember the Buicks and Oldsmobiles in the 1980s and early 1990s that were barely distinguishable from one another?

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  • In our trial of the Kindle 2, its screen technology was barely distinguishable from the older model in terms of faster page refreshes and identical in terms of contrast.

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  • His Conservatives are further to the right than the former Progressive Conservative Party, which governed Canada on and off until its annihilation in 1993 and which was barely distinguishable from the Liberals.

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  • The Skhul and Qafzeh skeletons are not identical with those of modern people but are clearly distinguishable from those of Neanderthals, and are generally classified as an early form of Homo sapiens.

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  • This migration from a mall-based operator into a neighborhood center REIT was perhaps the most distinguishable initiative in which the REIT began to exploit its differentiated investment strategy of focusing on necessity retail properties.

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  • "It's especially common in primary races in which the candidates are unlikely to be easily distinguishable on the basis of their policy preferences, " said Costas Panagopoulos, director of the Center for Electoral Politics and Democracy at Fordham University.

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  • Its peace policy is now hardly distinguishable from that of Kadima or indeed Meretz: a two-state solution based on the 1967 border, with land swaps and the retention of the bigger Jewish settlement blocks, as outlined by Mr Barak when he was prime minister from 1999-2001.

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  • But long before Weegee (whose real name was Arthur Fellig) pandered to popular prejudices about the differentness of criminals, photography was used by criminologists influenced by crude Darwinian ideas about race, heredity and criminality to try to confirm their assumption that villains were somehow physically distinguishable from law-abiding citizens.

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