- Her skin was lovely, and her features were delicate and most distinctive.
- In this distinctly Manhattanesque locale, Mrs. Glass was (from an undeniably hoyden point of view) a rather refreshing eyesore.
- There was, however, a slight but fairly distinct change in his appearance.
- The response to this, over at the couch, was a distinctly ominous silence.
- ABOUT a minute and a half earlier, Franny, on a distinctly quavering note, had just declined her mother’s fourth offer within fifteen minutes to bring in a cup of "nice, hot chicken broth.
- Distinctly, her way of holding it tended to blow to some sort of literary hell one’s first, strong (and still perfectly tenable) impression that an invisible Dubliner’s shawl covered her shoulders.
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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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