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Use "distinguishing" in a sentence
"Likewise, among Christians it has long been conventional to use uppercase Orthodox as a term distinguishing the Christianity that shared forms of liturgy and theology rooted in the Byzantine, or Greek-speaking, part of the Roman Empire from those who took a separate path in the West."
"For Dewey, a more useful form of "judgment" consists in distinguishing "particulars and parts with respect to their weight and function in formation of an integral experience.""
"“And of course, anyone wanting to stake the survival of the human race on continued technological progress forever ought to at least consider humanity's track record in distinguishing between exponential and logistic processes.”"