characteristic marks

See: indicia
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In truth, it appeared to be the characteristic mark of every individual.
A used core usually has characteristic marks on its surface, produced by the blows of a hammerstone or hollows where there were once sections of material.
The characteristic marks of the Church are in accordance with God's plan, as the Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: "it is Christ who, through the Holy Spirit, makes his Church one, holy, catholic and apostolic, and it is he who calls her to realize each of these qualities" (no.
This is seen, for instance, when Basil's "notionalist" theory of names reintroduces mental space between divine names, the notions or characteristic marks they signify, and the divine essence.
Hair pulling produces characteristic marks of traumatic alopecia--an incompletely bald child with diffuse alopecia, broken hairs, and no loose hairs at the periphery.
Each copy of the folio, printed in 1623, was unique and could be identified by its dimensions and by characteristic marks and printing errors, a trial at Newcastle Crown Court heard.
The influence of the use of firearms on their characteristic marks, AFTE Journal (1999) 31:318-323.
49) (3) Again closely following an argument of Wolff's, he had argued that without the aid of signs it would be too difficult for people to recognize and abstract from the flux of experience the characteristic marks (Charaktere) which are required for the formation of general concepts, which are in turn required for any rational thought.
His strategy there is to take over Sussmilch's argument (3) but to modify it in two ways: His first modification consists, in effect, of maintaining that general concepts, and hence characteristic marks (which Sussmilch had called Charaktere and Herder calls Merkmale), are necessary conditions not merely of all rational thought but of all conceptualization and thought.
Bodies sometimes carry the characteristic marks of nets or even have pieces of rope or netting attached to them.
A blood-drenched genre shocker about collective guilt and ethical relativism, The Addiction bears the characteristic marks of Abel Ferrara's contradictory sensibility.
For the "what," Hacker describes seven characteristic marks of analytic philosophy.

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