Still, Bank of America distinguishes itself even among this crowd.
“She distinguishes herself by being an African American, by being a Democrat, and by being young,” says Zimring.
What distinguishes lies on dating sites is that they are written down, which could make the harm they cause easier to assess.
This lack of job creation is a phenomenon that distinguishes this period from other economic downturns.
But if neocons are merely one kind of hawk, then what distinguishes them from all the rest?
What distinguishes the civilized from the savage appreciation is the passion for order.
Is it the love of God which distinguishes true faith from false?
Now only three miles remain, and their sight, sharpened by an outdoor life, distinguishes the gardens of Bam.
His phrases had the well-known ring which distinguishes the true orator.
Each race has some peculiar quality which distinguishes it and marks it everywhere.
1560s, from Middle French distinguiss-, stem of distinguer, or directly from Latin distinguere "to separate between, separate by pricking," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + -stinguere "to prick" (see extinguish, and cf. Latin instinguere "to incite, impel").
The suffix -ish is due to the influence of many verbs in which it is the equivalent of Old French -iss-, ultimately from Latin inchoative suffix -iscere (this is also the case in extinguish, admonish, and astonish). Related: Distinguishing. The earlier form of the verb was distinguen (mid-14c.).