• a distinguished career
  • 輝かしい経歴
  • distinguished guests
  • 貴賓きひん
  • 1279–1213 BC), recounting the Battle of Kadesh against the Hittites include, for the first time in Egyptian literature, a narrative epic poem, distinguished from all earlier poetry, which served to celebrate and instruct.
  • Wikipedia: Ancient Egyptian literature
  • A. mellea has a thinner stem than A. gallica, but can be more definitively distinguished by the absence of clamps at the base of the basidia.
  • Wikipedia: Armillaria gallica
  • Additionally, the society annually recognizes distinguished Georgia Tech alumni with the Joseph M.
  • Wikipedia: ANAK Society
  • Among the more distinguished holders of Nansen passports were the artist Marc Chagall, the composer Igor Stravinsky, and the dancer Anna Pavlova.
  • Wikipedia: Fridtjof Nansen
  • Bultmann distinguished between informative language and language with personal import, the latter of which commands obedience.
  • Wikipedia: Problem of religious language
  • But poetry remains distinguished from prose by its form; some regard for basic formal structures of poetry will be found in even the best free verse, however much such structures may appear to have been ignored.
  • Wikipedia: Poetry
  • By using xenon, this burst of energy could then be readily distinguished from similar events caused by particles such as cosmic rays.
  • Wikipedia: Xenon
  • Geastrum leptospermum can be distinguished from G. quadrifidum by its smaller spores (2–3 μm in diameter), and by its preference for growing in mosses on tree trunks.
  • Wikipedia: Geastrum quadrifidum
  • He was given a state funeral by the government of Australia; many of his distinguished colleagues from the Hall Institute such as Nossal and Fenner were pall-bearers, and he was buried near his paternal grandparents after a private family service at Tower Hill cemetery, near Port Fairy.
  • Wikipedia: Frank Macfarlane Burnet
  • He was not a particularly distinguished judge in the Exchequer, mainly due to a lack of knowledge of the finer points of law.
  • Wikipedia: William Garrow
  • He welcomed the distinguished elderly naturalist and geologist Heinrich Georg Bronn, but the German translation published in 1860 imposed Bronn's own ideas, adding controversial themes that Darwin had deliberately omitted.
  • Wikipedia: On the Origin of Species
  • However, Cibber was at least as distinguished as his immediate four predecessors, three of whom were also playwrights rather than poets.
  • Wikipedia: Colley Cibber
  • However, like many other leading figures of the church, he may have distinguished between amulets based on Christian texts and symbols and other types.
  • Wikipedia: St Cuthbert Gospel
  • However, the two can be distinguished by the motion of the fin.
  • Wikipedia: Ocean sunfish
  • I have seen more than one public funeral, and I know something of the gorgeous pageantry so lavishly displayed in the burials of our Monarchs; but though I saw the ashes of Grattan and Canning deposited in one of the most august of Christian temples amid the vain regrets of men the most distinguished for rank, talent, and genius, and though the interment of Royalty takes hold upon the imagination from its necessary connexion with the most sumptuous display of human pomp and greatness, I never witnessed any spectacle so impressive as the appearance of this vast multitude, standing erect under the open canopy of heaven, and joining in one spontaneous tribute of respect to the memory of their late representative.
  • Wikipedia: Opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway
  • In addition to its distribution, B. kermesinus can be distinguished from B. frostii by having flesh that does not bruise blue and a stem in which the reticulum is not as deep and coarse.
  • Wikipedia: Boletus frostii
  • In particular, it could be confused with the southern toad (Bufo terrestris), which can be distinguished by the presence of two bulbs in front of the parotoid glands.
  • Wikipedia: Cane toad
  • In the field, L. marginatum is distinguished from L. perlatum by the way in which the spines are shed from the exoperidium in irregular sheets.
  • Wikipedia: Lycoperdon perlatum
  • It can be distinguished by its mild-tasting latex and smaller, roughly spherical spores measuring 5.5–7 by 5.5–6.5 μm.
  • Wikipedia: Lactarius torminosus
  • It can be distinguished by its paler plumage, lack of white base to the tail, straighter bill, and very different vocalisations.
  • Wikipedia: Grey Currawong
  • Kraepelin believed that dementia praecox was primarily a disease of the brain, and particularly a form of dementia, distinguished from other forms of dementia such as Alzheimer's disease which typically occur later in life.
  • Wikipedia: Schizophrenia
  • Later that year, the Government of New Zealand assumed full responsibility for operations but no further recommendations for the Victoria Cross were raised for local troops who distinguished themselves in action.
  • Wikipedia: Victoria Cross
  • Male nestlings can be distinguished by their more extensive yellow wing patches from 7 days old.
  • Wikipedia: Crescent Honeyeater
  • Man-made diamonds can be distinguished by spectroscopy in the infrared, ultraviolet, or X-ray wavelengths.
  • Wikipedia: Synthetic diamond
  • Maundy threepences may sometimes be distinguished from currency threepences as dies with a more polished field were used for the Maundy pieces.
  • Wikipedia: Royal Maundy
  • One of the hawksbill's more easily distinguished characteristics is the pattern of thick scutes that make up its carapace.
  • Wikipedia: Hawksbill sea turtle
  • P. echinovolvatus, described from China in 1988, is closely related to P. indusiatus, but can be distinguished by its volva that has a spiky (echinulate) surface, and its higher preferred growth temperature of 30 to 35 °C (86 to 95 °F).
  • Wikipedia: Phallus indusiatus
  • Pholiota mutabilis produces fruit bodies roughly similar in appearance and also grows on wood, but may be distinguished from G. marginata by its stems bearing scales up to the level of the ring, and from growing in large clusters (which is not usual of G. marginata).
  • Wikipedia: Galerina marginata