Contradistinct


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Con`tra`dis`tinct´


a.1.Distinguished by opposite qualities.
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This sense of a contradistinct group with its own means naturalisation would take further shape and definition after the end of the Sengoku period and the establishment of Tokugawa rule.
To alternate between existence and non-existence on film (or if it were possible, on stage) would produce a flickering or translucent visual effect that is contradistinct from the ontological effect we are describing here.
First, the provisions of Protocol I specifically apply to international armed conflicts, the type of conflict the Court determined was contradistinct from a Common Article 3 conflict.