distinguishment

Related to distinguishment: oversaw, incomprehensive

distinguishment

(dɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃmənt)
n
obsolete the quality or condition of being distinguished
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A woman from the office of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Medal for Scientific Distinguishment had recently contacted the professor for a list of papers and documents which she had vaguely claimed was for their "records".
Shaikh Mohammad made these remarks yesterday (Monday) while honouring winners of Mohammad Bin Rashid Medal for Scientific Distinguishment, at Mohammad Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Wu, "A classification method based on the combination of visible, near-Infrared and thermal infrared spectrum for coal and gangue distinguishment," Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, vol.
Hence, this approach allows the distinguishment of the function of the lncRNA itself from that of its genomic transcription activity.
And ego orientation is the distinguishment of the customer from others in other words when the consumer keeps in mind the distinguishing factors Ntoumanis and Biddle, 1999 is said to be ego oriented these influence in two ways positive affect and negative affect when ego orientation is zero and task orientation is strong then there is positive affect.
It will seriously interfere with the distinguishment of the seeker.
In order to accommodate noises and various data collection durations, it is better to consider the shape of a sequence of sensor readings for distinguishment.
No distinguishment was made by the BfR between medicinal teas and tea products marketed as food in reporting the results.
An attacker only needs to collect enough traces to lower the noise floor to a level that allows distinguishment of the correlation spike.
That distinguishment belongs to AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus (sponsored by UnitedHealth).