But a Times leader is entirely distinctive, and these words could have been taken from nothing else.
I heard it distinctly, and I am sure that it was really the sob of a woman.
Then on the top of these more or less vague impressions there had come the definite and distinct warning of Miss Stapleton, delivered with such intense earnestness that I could not doubt that some grave and deep reason lay behind it.
It was several miles off, but I could distinctly see a small dark dot against the dull green and gray.
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Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.