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If true, it will have a discernable consistency with the forensic evidence.
These men have no names, no discernable motivations, no relationships to each other or anyone else.
What struck me immediately was the lack of discernable scents.Visiting the Arctic Circle…Before It’s Irreversibly Changed|Terry Greene Sterling|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though clearly discernable, the figures are extremely faint and are not now the most prominent marks visible on the sheet.The Shroud of Turin and Thomas de Wesselow’s ‘The Sign.’|Thomas de Wesselow|April 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With few exceptions, the significant legal costs produces no discernable value for anybody but the regulators themselves.
There was a farmhouse set well back from the road and barely discernable beyond nearby growing corn.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
But they had not gone more than a mile along the half-discernable path before Frank, who was in the lead, uttered an exclamation.The Heroes of the School|Allen Chapman
The grace and tenderness of the author of the 'Scarlet Letter' is discernable in its pages.The Cradle of the Christ|Octavius Brooks Frothingham
It is about seven miles from the trail, and appears very fine, being discernable from all points.Journal of a Trip to California|Charles W. Smith
He had an enormous bundle of them, papers of every date and every title, piled up in no discernable order.L'Assommoir|Emile Zola