"The day’s soma ration," Bernard answered rather indistinctly; for he was masticating a piece of Benito Hoover’s chewing-gum.
… five hundred and sixty thousand square kilometres, divided into four distinct Sub-Reservations, each surrounded by a high-tension wire fence.
Looking over her left shoulder she could see the imprint of an open hand standing out distinct and crimson on the pearly flesh.
"Whatever is he saying?" said a voice, very near, distinct and shrill through the warblings of the Super-Wurlitzer.
"… all wear green," said a soft but very distinct voice, beginning in the middle of a sentence, "and Delta Children wear khaki.
A few minutes after the first Oohs and Aahs (a duet having been sung and a little love made on that famous bearskin, every hair of which–the Assistant Predestinator was perfectly right–could be separately and distinctly felt), the negro had a helicopter accident, fell on his head.
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Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.