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They consented to differentiate the armor so that a body could tell one team from the other, but that was the most they would do.
He could differentiate the innumerable species of the herbivora by scent, and he could tell, too, whether an animal was approaching or departing merely by the waxing or waning strength of its effluvium.
We must differentiate between what he did in London as part of his general plan of action, when he was pressed for moments and had to arrange as best he could.
Asked to differentiate between European and Chinese poetry, some critics would perhaps insist upon their particular colour sense, instancing the curious fact that where we see blue to them it often appears green, and vice versa, or the tone theories that make their poems so difficult to understand; in fact, a learned treatise would be written on these lines, to prove that the Chinese poets were not human beings as we understand humanity at all.
His host and his host's household, his men and his maids, as they became intimately known to Clare, began to differentiate themselves as in a chemical process.
The poor dear cannot differentiate between erudition and wisdom.
Each has his individual characteristics of face and form and gait as well defined as those that differentiate members of the human family, and besides these the creatures of the jungle have a still more positive test-that of scent.
He had forgotten for the moment that these were but beasts, unable to differentiate his friends and his foes.
Had they known that Monsieur Thuran's past experience as a card sharp had trained his sense of touch to so fine a point that he could almost differentiate between cards by the mere feel of them, they would scarcely have felt that the plan was so entirely fair.
In the end, the deck belonged to Jerry, save for the boat's crew; for he had already learned to differentiate.
The point was that Michael had been trained, from his first dawn of consciousness, to differentiate between black men and white men.
But White Fang soon learned to differentiate between thieves and honest men, to appraise the true value of step and carriage.

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