distinctive characteristic

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No two companions could be more different, but their differences made a capital basis for a friendship of which the distinctive characteristic was that it was extremely amusing to each.
I do, however, feel pride when I look at the history of the people I belong to and at what I think is our distinctive characteristic.
In a questionnaire he filled out in 1877, Wilde said his most distinctive characteristic was ``inordinate self-esteem,'' and listed himself as one of his four favorite poets.
c) The distinctive characteristic of the Self is awareness,just as its taste is the distinctive characteristic of salt.
Further, the most distinctive characteristic of BER is earnings, and the company has proven in 2002 and 2003 that it could take advantage of the hard market in property/casualty and dramatically improve earnings across all segments of its business profile.
A distinctive characteristic of the barter industry, is the multitude of local and regional barter exchanges throughout the U.
A distinctive characteristic of the barter industry is the multitude of local and regional barter exchanges throughout the U.
Its distinctive characteristic is the 6 o'clock front-dial positioning of its regulating organ.
Its distinctive characteristic is the 6 o'clock front- dial positioning of its regulating organ.
Another distinctive characteristic of the Reformed tradition of which Presbyterians are a part is that we think the law of God is mainly a good thing.
One of Milk Music's distinctive characteristic is its 8-second caching feature.

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