It is worn so a Sikh can stand out from others, can be approachable and can be identifiable in society.
He points toward another figure, who is identifiable as the king of Xultún.
“Having a logo on it that makes it identifiable and recognizable might make it more difficult to wear,” she says.
Those who are identifiable are given priority burials, only because there are survivors who demand it.
He frets about how identifiable he is in the grainy footage.
And thus comes a long array of signs which are not identifiable always.
Recognition indicates only that an object has sufficiently impressed a mind to keep it known and identifiable.
I would say that that wound was about a centimeter in diameter, much larger than the identifiable fragment of metal in the thigh.
Records have been maintained on the number of identifiable humpbacks seen in these waters including Glacier Bay.
Dr. Shaw is present and he can, perhaps, describe with identifiable precision where the wounds are.
1640s, "regard as the same," from French identifier, from identité (see identity). Sense of "recognize" first recorded 1769. Meaning "make one (with), associate (oneself)" is from 1780. Sense of "serve as means of identification" is attested by 1886. Related: Identified; identifying.