They were streaky; she saw only trees, shrubbery, a porch indistinct in leafy shadows.
Her "reforms," her impulses toward beauty in raw Main Street, they had become indistinct.
However charitable toward the Lower Classes she may have thought herself, Carol had been reared to assume that servants belong to a distinct and inferior species.
She could rebel against the town’s prying now that she had something, however indistinct, for which to rebel.
In his office Father had tools fascinating in their shininess and curious shapes, but they were sharp, they were something called sterized, and they distinctly were not for boys to touch.
Kennicott gave up hope of adequate credit for being a traveled man, and telephoned to a garage for a Ford taxicab, while Juanita kissed Carol and made sure of being the first to tell the latest, which included seven distinct and proven scandals about Mrs. Swiftwaite, and one considerable doubt as to the chastity of Cy Bogart.
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Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.