• class distinction
  • 階級の違い
  • have the distinction of ...
  • …として名を馳せる
  • in distinction from [to] ...
  • …と区別して,…とは違って
  • rise to distinction
  • 名をあげる
  • A new style of ceremony was developed, emphasizing the distinction of the Emperor from all other persons.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletian
  • All of these musical distinctions and characterisations were in accordance with the longstanding traditions of the Renaissance orchestra, of which the large L'Orfeo ensemble is typical.
  • Wikipedia: L'Orfeo
  • Among other advances, he made the distinction between rigidity, weakness and bradykinesia.
  • Wikipedia: Parkinson's disease
  • An important distinction in habitability is between habitats that contain active life (inhabited habitats) and habitats that are habitable for life, but uninhabited.
  • Wikipedia: Planetary habitability
  • Another distinction is found in the crown, with the Elfin Woods Warbler's being entirely black and the Black-and-white's having a white band across.
  • Wikipedia: Elfin Woods Warbler
  • As a result, strikes to vital points by nage, entering (irimi) and initiation of techniques by nage, the distinction between omote (front side) and ura (back side) techniques, and the use of weapons, were all de-emphasized or eliminated from practice.
  • Wikipedia: Aikido
  • At stake was a conflict of progressive and conservative musical ideals—more specifically, the distinction between abstract and program music, as well as between a music-oriented and a realistic opera aesthetic.
  • Wikipedia: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and The Five
  • At the 2007 World Junior Championships in Leksand and Mora, Sweden, Bourdon was awarded a second player of the game distinction after the first round-robin contest against Sweden, in which he scored the game winning goal in a 2–0 victory.
  • Wikipedia: Luc Bourdon
  • Both East Slavs and Byzantines consistently made a clear distinction between Varangians and Kylfings, and Byzantines distinguished between them in the same manner as they separated Franks from Saracens.
  • Wikipedia: Kylfings
  • Captain Sir Murray Maxwell, CB, FRS (10 September 1775 – 26 June 1831) was a British Royal Navy officer who served with distinction in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, particularly during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
  • Wikipedia: Murray Maxwell
  • Despite this distinction of local importance, Neilston remained a scattered community of small dwellings and farms, changing only with the arrival of the Industrial Revolution.
  • Wikipedia: Neilston
  • For the languages that make a distinction between palato-alveolar and retroflex affricates and fricatives (Mam, Ixil, Tektitek, Awakatek, Q'anjob'al, Popti', and Akatek in Guatemala, and Yucatec in Mexico) the ALMG suggests the following set of conventions.
  • Wikipedia: Mayan languages
  • Formed out of a 1944 alliance of the Minnesota Democratic and Farmer-Labor parties, the DFL now serves as a de facto proxy to the federal Democratic Party, and its distinction from the Democratic Party, while still official, is now a functional technicality.
  • Wikipedia: Minnesota
  • He had the distinction of appearing in more Hammer films than any other actor.
  • Wikipedia: Quatermass and the Pit
  • He played for the club with great distinction between 1929 and 1938, while continuing as a member of the West Indies Test team in tours of England and Australia.
  • Wikipedia: Learie Constantine
  • Her first commander in the Mediterranean, Charles Cunningham, served with distinction with several squadrons, assisting in the capture of several war prizes, such as the French frigates Modeste and Impérieuse.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Speedy (1782)
  • However, his reception, like that of the others who came aboard voluntarily, was frosty; Captain Edward Edwards, Pandora's commander, made no distinctions among the former Bounty men; all became prisoners, and were manacled and taken below.
  • Wikipedia: Peter Heywood
  • In 1882, Congress eliminated the distinction in training between engineer and naval cadets, and designated the student officers as naval cadets; the name reverted to midshipmen in 1902.
  • Wikipedia: Midshipman
  • In 2011, the Texas Transportation Institute determined that the Skyway had the dubious distinction of being the sixth most unreliable road in the United States due to the unpredictability of traffic conditions and therefore travel times.
  • Wikipedia: Pulaski Skyway