characteristic part

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Several artisans were likewise to sail in the ship, for the supply of the colony; but the most peculiar and characteristic part of this motley embarkation consisted of thirteen Canadian "voyageurs,"who had enlisted for five years.
While the Teton thus enacted his subtle and characteristic part, not a sound broke the stillness of the surrounding prairie.
A particular and characteristic part of the conventional Italian lyric apparatus which Wyatt transplanted was the 'conceit.
A benefit seen after several months of vismodegib therapy was the "remarkable" clearance of the palmar and plantar pits that are a characteristic part of BCNS, Dr.
Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska says that this project will revitalize this characteristic part of the country.
THEY are enshrined in myth and folklore - the mad March hares whose bizarre courtship rituals are such a characteristic part of spring.
Outdoor wooden window shutters to keep the midday sun at bay in summer and deflect chilly winds in winter have long been an intrinsic and characteristic part of homes in Provence and Tuscany.
Is that characteristic part of the clergy's exemption from family?
With all vaccines, the idea is to introduce some characteristic part of the invading organism to the body's white blood cells.
But Mrs Johnson, who moved within 100 yards of the site in June, said: "The smaller buildings are charming and characteristic parts of the mill.
Review the characteristic parts of a fish--fins, gills, andscales.
Yet Vallins persuasively argues that the deepest and most characteristic parts of Coleridge's writings are those least amenable to coherent paraphrase.

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