distinguishing trait

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This circumstance, however, only endeared it to my wife, who, as I have already said, possessed, in a high degree, that humanity of feeling which had once been my distinguishing trait, and the source of many of my simplest and purest pleasures.
Party loyalty is not a distinguishing trait of Filipino politicians.
A distinguishing trait of millennials is their propensity to change jobs.
Many physicists say they would like to know whether the compound expels magnetic fields, a distinguishing trait of superconductors.
The department therefore also analyses the means various organisations use to lure consumers as well as the distinguishing trait they adopt against their competitors.
Hay might have famously called it "a splendid little war," which was no doubt a small concession to Roosevelt's imperialism--but he hoped it would be concluded with "that fine good nature, which is, after all, the distinguishing trait of the American character" (p.
Another distinguishing trait of traditional Bhutanese architecture is the spiritualism that is inherent in all aspects of construction.
In a third study of 317 participants, the researchers found that usefulness was integrated with the other factors and did not stand on its own as a distinguishing trait of coolness.
The other distinguishing trait of Costco buyers is that they are not narrow specialists.
In this way, baseball helped to usher in a new era of masculinity in which competitiveness became acceptable, evinced by the deliberate staging of games that pitted clubs comprised of players with a distinguishing trait against another with its contrast.
Indeed, Italian mechanics epitomise the "Made in Italy" concept--though generally perceived in connection with consumer and fashion goods, yet it actually derives from the integration between technology and the manual craftsmanship which constitutes the distinguishing trait of Italian production in the international marketplace.