Now, if the child is to be individualised, he must be well known, well studied.
It is only slightly conscious, for it is not individualised; all the same, it is precise in its nature.
Of the individualised goddesses many are strictly local, being the names of springs or rivers.
The women are all well drawn and individualised—except the heroine.
As human beings we are individualised fragments of the great universal spirit.
Essex is not a suburban county; it is a characteristic and individualised county which wins the heart.
The modern fighting man is as individualised as a half back or a centre forward in a football team.
The skull of these lower fishes is itself a specialised one; it is an individualised modification of a simple type of skull.
The young man had the good or ill fortune to possess a marked and individualised countenance and gait.
In like manner, all public facts are to be individualised, all private facts are to be generalised.