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distinct
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Catch-22
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  • Milo could see more things than most people, but he could see none of them too distinctly.
  • I heard him say very loudly and very distinctly that he wants every one of us to keep our mouths shut if we know what’s good for us.
  • Major Major’s father had a Calvinist’s faith in predestination and could perceive distinctly how everyone’s misfortunes but his own were expressions of God’s will.
  • ’Ooooooooooooooooooooh,’ Yossarian moaned a fourth time, this time loudly enough for everyone to hear him distinctly.
  • He remembered very distinctly — or was under the impression he remembered very distinctly — his feeling that he had met Yossarian somewhere before the first time he had met Yossarian lying in bed in the hospital.
  • He remembered very distinctly — or was under the impression he remembered very distinctly — his feeling that he had met Yossarian somewhere before the first time he had met Yossarian lying in bed in the hospital.
  • He turned away, shutting his eyes, but that was even worse, for now he had only the sounds, the tiny maddening, indefatigable, distinct clicks and rustles of hands and weightless parts.

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  • Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.
  • Two distinct brain networks guide our judgments.

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