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differentiate

verb characterize, classify, contrast, demarcate, discern between, discriminate, distinguish, draw the line, exercise discrimination, make a dissinction, make distinctive, mark off by differences, mark out, particularize, perceive clearly, recognize as separate, segregate, separate as different, set apart as different, set off, show a difference, single out, sort out, subtilize, tell apart, tell from
See also: call, characterize, compare, contrast, define, demarcate, discern, discriminate, distinguish, enumerate, except, exclude, label, secern, select, specify, title
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For he had to learn, first, the spoken numerals; second, to see with his eyes and in his brain differentiate between one object, and all other groups of objects up to and including the group of five; and, third, in his mind, to relate an object, or any group of objects, with its numerical name as uttered by Steward.
Men of character always differentiate their long letters, however illegibly they may write.
When monthly expense reimbursement checks did not differentiate between substantiated expenses, overpayments and payments for tools, and excess amounts were not returned, the entire reimbursement was included in the employee's income.
This segment is located in a highly conserved region of the gene, which may decrease the ability to differentiate particular species from other SFG rickettsiae.
These cells can create any cell in the body, although they can't differentiate into placental tissue.
A successful vendor in the enterprise ETL market should focus and differentiate, plus demonstrate the ability to maintain value-added relationships with systems integrators, technology leaders, and complementary application vendors," noted Philip Russom, principal analyst, Forrester.
Larson Learning is unique because it allows us to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of our students.
Even when armed with such information, opportunities for insurers to differentiate themselves from competitors are limited.
As bullfrogs develop, SF-1 expression increases in females after they differentiate, but it decreases in males just before differentiation.
When a fertilized egg finds itself in a special environment -- a woman's uterus -- it may multiply and differentiate into a new person, whose individuality will be based in large measure on its new genetic makeup.
Integrators are faced with a daunting challenge--how to determine which factors truly make a difference with their customers, which technologies are mature enough on which to rest their firm's reputation, and what products will differentiate them from their competitors.
Furthermore, stem cells will migrate to an area of injury and will differentiate once there.

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