decidedly different

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To the present day, however, the three dialects, and subdivisions of them, are easily distinguishable in colloquial use; the common idiom of such regions as Yorkshire and Cornwall is decidedly different from that of London or indeed any other part of the country.
While the magnitude of this effect is uncertain, it is likely that the balance of different processes determining Antarctica's net contribution to global sea-level rise will be decidedly different in the future than it has been in the recent past.
This was the first time Jerry had seen the museum and having him there was a massive achievement because without him there would be no 2-Tone, no museum and I'm pretty sure our bid for City of Culture would look decidedly different.
Life in the United States was decidedly different from that today, including individual and public health.
With the help of Amy Sedaris, who has an enviable knack for appreciating imperfections with humor, this event gives the old Super 8 a celebratory retirement and serves as a pivotal moment in revealing the decidedly different aesthetic of Super 8 hotels.
Contrast that with just 37 EPs in 2014 and 39 in 2013, and it's no surprise the conference had a decidedly different vibe in 2015.
For a taste of their decidedly different sound, check out I Mua and Black As Night on YouTube.
Whilst employment law remains a largely reserved area, the Scottish Government is taking a decidedly different approach to the rest of the UK which will affect how employers operate in Scotland, notably in their attitude towards trade union power.
You can take any of the five playable Autobots (Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Grimlock, Sideswipe and Wheeljack) into a mission, and each towering bot feels decidedly different from the last.
But the author veers from the traditional how-to, including some decidedly different content.
What they say in English is decidedly different from the rabid anti-Semitic and anti-Israel statements that they say and write in Arabic.
Kevin Feige, president of production at Marvel Studios, was searching for a decidedly different take on the newly re-introduced character of Steve Rogers (played by Chris Evans), the frail young man cum WWII super solider frozen in time and thawed precisely at the moment Earth needed him most.